What Is the Fifth State of Matter?

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The fifth state of matter is called Bose-Einstein condensate and unlike the forth state of matter (the gas plasma) which occurs at vary high temperatures, it occurs at the other and of the temperature scale, at a tiny step above absolute zero.
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