Which stars, hot or cold, have a more complex structure of matter?

Cold. Hot stars are composed of ions, electrons and atoms, and molecules are also formed in cold stars. The complication of the structure of matter with decreasing temperature of the star is demonstrated by stellar spectra. Numerous molecular bands are visible in the spectra of cool stars.

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