IIT JEE Study Material - States of Matter 

States of matter is of prime importance to physicists. Everyday elements and compounds form three states of matter, however there are many other states, less common but equally important.
The liquid-crystal state of certain compounds has the properties of solids as well as liquids, and is the basis of electronic displays. More states are obtained when the particles are lighter.
The electrons in metals and ceramics undergo a change due to which electricity is conducted without dissipation.

Latest advancements
Recently it has become possible to observe new states of matter in a two-dimensional sheet of electrons.

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States of Matter

Gas Laws and Properties of Gases | Charles Law | Pay Load Combined Gas Equation and Ideal Gas Equation | Gas Eudiometry Daltons Law of Partial Pressure | Deviation from Ideal Gas Behavior Grahams law of diffusion | Ionic Solids And Covalent Solids Kinetic Molecular model Surface Tension and Viscosity Liquid Crystals | Vander Waal Forces | Answers to Exercises Solved Problems | Objective Problems | True And False Questions Problems Level II | Objective Problems Level I | Objective Problems Level II | Interstitial Voids
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