posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 12:35 PM
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Exotic matter is a hypothetical concept of particle physics. It covers any material which violates one or more classical conditions or is not made of
known baryonic particles. Such materials would possess qualities like negative mass or being repelled rather than attracted by gravity. It is used in
certain speculative theories, such as on the construction of wormholes. The closest known real representative of exotic matter is a region of
pseudo-negative pressure density produced by the Casimir effect.
The term is also casually attached to any material which is difficult to produce (such as metallic hydrogen or a Bose-Einstein condensate) or which
exhibits unusual properties (such as fullerenes or nanotubes), even though these materials have been created and are relatively well
understood. It can also refer to material composed of some form of exotic atom.
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[edit on 23-9-2008 by smokingman2006]