There abundant phase on Earth but it may

There are five known
states of matter. Gas, liquids, and solids are the most common on Earth. Plasma
and Bose-Einstein condensates are two states that are not typically found on
Earth. The main difference between each phase is the densities of the
particles. Plasma is not the most abundant phase on Earth but it may be the
most common state in the universe. Plasma consists of highly charged particles
that have an extremely high kinetic energy.  Noble gases are frequently used to make
glowing signs using electricity to ionize them to a plasmic state. Stars are
essentially superheated, massive balls of plasma. Plasma is often thought of as
minor set of gases. Plasma and gases are similar while still having some differences.
Like gases, plasma does not have a fixed shape or volume, and it is less dense
than the other phases of matter. Unlike gases, plasma is made up of atoms in
which some or all the electrons have been stripped away and positively charged
nuclei roam freely. While they roam as they please, plasma can also be held in
place by magnetic fields. The Bose-Einstein condensate was created in 1995
using technology that allowed scientists to create the new state of matter. The
BEC was created by Eric Cornell and Carl Weiman when they used magnets and
lasers to cool a sample of rubidium to within a few degrees of absolute zero.
Cornell and Weiman discovered that at such an extremely low temperature the
molecular motion of the sample came very close to stopping altogether. Being
that there is no kinetic energy being transferred, due to the lack of molecular
motion, the atoms began to clump together making one large atom. A BEC is used
to study quantum mechanics on a macroscopic level. BEC allow one to study the
particle or wave paradox after light passes through it. BEC’s flow without
friction making them much like super fluids. They also are used to simulate occurrences
that might deal with black holes.