NLM on bodies in other states
Asked by prassana | 6th Oct, 2009, 06:42: PM
In classical sense the states of matter plasma and Bose-Einstein condensate aren't any kind of bodies with shape and size. Plasma is ionized gas, and exists at very high temperatures. Kinetic theory of gases which uses Newton's Law to describe a gas and will be applicable to plasma also. So in this sense Newton's law's are applicable to plasma constituents i.e. ions.
They are not applicable in Bose Einstein condensate.
Answered by | 6th Oct, 2009, 08:34: PM
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