[ stˈe͡ɪt ɒv mˈatə], [ stˈeɪt ɒv mˈatə], [ s_t_ˈeɪ_t ɒ_v m_ˈa_t_ə]
How to use "State of matter" in context?
The state of a material is the manner in which its atoms or molecules are organised. The atoms or molecules can be in a collection of different substances called a mixture, which is what we see when we look at a rock, for example. Each type of material has its own set of properties, which are determined by the way the atoms or molecules are organised.
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