bhOtika avasthaa (PhysicalState)
The physical state of an Object. There
are three reified instances of this Class: Solid, Liquid, and Gas.
Physical changes are not characterized by the transformation of one
substance into another, but rather by the change of the form (physical
states) of a given substance. For example, melting an iron nail yields a
substance still called iron.
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- state of matter, state
- (chemistry) the three traditional states of matter are solids (fixed shape and volume) and liquids (fixed volume and shaped by the container) and gases (filling the container); "the solid state of water is called ice"
Agar process is an instance of avastaa parivartana aur obj is a patient of process, to yah kuch part,bhOtika avasthaa state1,bhOtika avasthaa state2 nahin, ki part is a part of obj aur state1 is not equal to state2 aur state1 is an attribute of part immediately before "the time of existence of process" aur state2 is an attribute of part immediately after "the time of existence of freeze".
(instance ?PROCESS StateChange)
(patient ?PROCESS ?OBJ))
(?PART ?STATE1 ?STATE2)
(part ?PART ?OBJ)
(instance ?STATE1 PhysicalState)
(instance ?STATE2 PhysicalState)
(equal ?STATE1 ?STATE2))
(attribute ?PART ?STATE1))
(attribute ?PART ?STATE2)))))
exhaustive attribute(bhOtika avasthaa,solid,fluid,liquid,gas) ke lie hai, ki.
(exhaustiveAttribute PhysicalState Solid Fluid Liquid Gas)
obj is an instance of padaartha agar hai yah kuch bhOtika avasthaa attr nahin, ki attr is an attribute of obj.
(instance ?OBJ Substance)
(instance ?ATTR PhysicalState)
(attribute ?OBJ ?ATTR))))