In which stars and why does matter behave like an ideal gas?

On the Sun and in the overwhelming number of stars, with the exception of superdense ones, at a very high temperature of the interior, matter is completely ionized, that is, it consists of electrons and positive atomic nuclei. Such a gas is close to ideal in its properties.

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