24. Critical Forces That Act Upon States of Matter
In order to fully understand the conditions that matter can form, we must first look at the critical forces that always act upon different particles. This critical force is the action of a constant force.
The force and velocity of an object will always be changing, but the forces that can act on this are considered to be a constant force. If the applied force does not exceed the critical force, then particles are able to move against the force.
If the applied force does exceed the acting force, then active particles are unable to escape. From there, no matter what the applied force is, conditions can be estimated for different phase formations.