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Forms of State of Matter
In this monograph, it is proposed that in the universe, the state of matter exists in more forms than traditionally determined, such as solid, liquid, gas, and plasma. The forms of state of matter are determined by interactions of forces among particles in the materials system. The interaction summary of the forces can be considered as actions of the opposite forces. On the one side, these forces are repulsive forces (F), on the other side, these are attractive forces (P) among the particles in the materials system. The forms of state of matter correlate with the value of the |F|/|P| ratio in the universe. When the value of |F|/|P| is changing from 0 to ∞, the forms of state of matter are transforming in the following order: “Super-black-hole”, “Black-hole”, “Hyperon”, “Neutron”, “Super-solid”, “Solid”, “Liquid”, “Gas”, “Plasma”, and “Super-plasma”. Most matter transforms from one form to other at certain critical values of the |F|/|P|. In the universe, the chemical elements mostly exist in a relatively limited range of the |F|/|P| value. Based on this new concept of transformation of the states of matter, the possible evolution of the universe was reviewed.
- Z.Z. Kish, “Forms of State of Matter”, Uzhgorod State University, Uzhgorod,(1989), pp.21, Fig.1, Ref.5, (Monograph [in Russian], Dep. in UkrNIINTI),No.2278-Uk.89, 25.10.1989.