Q: Simplest form of matter that can exist under normal conditions?

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No, collinear refers to two different points that exist on a single line. Parallel means that 2 lines exist on the same plane, and will never intersect, no matter how far they are extended.

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For a normal die it's 21. That's assuming six sides and numbers up to 6, but other forms exist.

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This question is subjective. That would probably be a single photon. Although photon is energy, due to the mass-energy equivalence principle, you can consider a photon to be matter. It is affected by gravity. An electron is also a fundamental particle that can be easily produced in the lab. It has a reast mass (and a negative charge).

It is not available under normal conditions.

Most elements exist in the state of matter known as solids at room temperature and pressure. Some elements can also exist as liquids or gases depending on the conditions.

It is not available under normal conditions.

Matter can exist in three states: solid, liquid, and gas. These states are determined by the arrangement of particles and the amount of energy they possess. At extreme conditions, matter can also exist in plasma, Bose-Einstein condensates, or other exotic states.

Nitrogen is a gas at room temperature and pressure.

All of the metals can exist as solids, liquids or gases it just depends on the temperature and pressure. Mercury with its low melting point of -35 0C is a liquid under normal conditions and has a significant vapor pressure at relatively low temperatures.

Dark matter is matter of an unknown type. It is known to exist, due to its gravitational influence, but it is not known what it is made of. There is at least 5 times as much dark matter than "normal" matter.

Yes, matter can exist in three states: solid, liquid, and gas. These states depend on the arrangement and movement of the atoms or molecules that make up the material.

The simplest level at which life may exist is in a cell.

The simplest level at which life may exist is in a cell.