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What is fifth state of matter?


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ICSE from Rajendra Vidyalaya C, C++, jAVA, .nET San Jose United States


In condensed matter physics, a Bose–Einstein condensate (BEC) is a state of matter (also called the fifth state of matter) which is typically formed when a gas of bosons at low densities is cooled to temperatures very close to absolute zero (-273. In 1924, Albert Einstein and Satyendra Nath Bose predicted the "Bose–Einstein condensate" (BEC), sometimes referred to as the fifth state of matter. This chilly substance was initially theorised by Albert Einstein and Satyendra Nath Bose in the early 1920s as the fifth state of matter, following. Bose-Einstein condensate is the fifth state of matter, and it lives way longer in space. There are four states of matter common in everyday life — gases, liquids, solids, and plasmas. Scientists Create Exotic 'Fifth State of Matter' on Space Station · We're all familiar with the classic states of matter — solid, liquid, and gas.

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