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yes and one of the most simple to make. another example is the sun.
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The watery part of blood. Plasma is also ionized gas. Ionizing iswhere it converts an atom of gas into an ion(s) by removing one ormore electrons. Also plasma is in fire ,but …gas isn't. Plasma is the liquid part of blood. It accounts for 46 to 63 percent of total blood volume. It is mostly water with a number of dissolved substances that add to its viscosity. The majority (92 percent) of the dissolved solutes are plasma proteins. Nonprotein components include metabolic waste products, nutrients, ions, and dissolved gases. Plasma takes up 99% of the universe, but is rarely found on earth. If you heat up matter to roughly 10000 degrees, you can make plasma.
Depends on which plasma you're talking about. . Plasma as in blood carries blood cells to and `fro in our body,this yellowish liquid making up more than half of our bodysuppl…y. . Plasma as in Physics is something entirely different.
Once made up, Jello consists of water, gelatin, artificial flavors and colours and sweeteners.
Depends on which plasma youre talking about. . Plasma in physics: . 1.Plasma does not contain anything, it is a unique form ofmatter and a type of energy produced from pass…ing electricalcurrents through plasma based gasses. 2.Plasma is when the atoms vibrate faster than anything else. . Plasma in blood: . it is 90% water and ni the 10% there are Â· Nutrients- eg amino acids, glucose and vitamins Â· Waste products- eg urea Â· Hormones- eg adrenaline and insulin Â· Mineral salts- eg calcium and iron Â· Plasma proteins- eg prothrombin, fibrinogen and albumin Â· Respiratory gases- eg carbon dioxide and oxygen
Plasmas are quasineutral gases of charged and neutral particles that exhibit collective behaviour. The collective behaviour can be explained by taking an example of air molecu…le. As the air molecule is neutral there is no any electromagnetic force between them. Also the gravitational force between them is negligble as is their mass. So an air molecule travels randomly until it makes a collision with another molecule and its motion is governed by a series of several such collisions. But in case of plasma there are charged particles. So there is electromagnetic force between them. As the charged particles move around, an electric field is created between them. Also the motion of charged particles causes current flow thus giving rise to magnetic field. So the motion of a particle of a plasma is governed by the particle even at far places. Thus collective behaviour refers to the condition that the motion of a particle depends not only the local conditions but also on the remote regions. Quasineutral means that the number density (number per unit volume) of ions is equal to that of electrons. However, a plasma should not be so neutral that all the interesting electromagnetic forces between the particles vanish...........
Plasma is the yellow component of your blood and it acts as a milkman. It carries various substances to the different parts of the different body and harbors immune system.
You can create plasma by heating matter up to roughly 10,000 degrees. Plasma is a state of matter like a solid, a liquid, or a gas and can be found in many household appliance…s like a plasma screen television and some light bulbs.
Plasma can refer to the clear component in blood after the red and white cells have been removed. Plasma as in "plasma screen TV" refers to a soup of electrons and protons …in a highly charged electrical field with unusual proprties. In this plasma the molecules are very disrupted and confused an have unusual properties. __________________________________________________________________ Also, in physics, plasma is the fourth state of matter where particles are heated to the point where the electrons are "stripped" away from the nuclei.
Blood plasma is composed of mostly water and contains dissolved proteins, glucose, clotting factors, mineral ions, hormones and carbon dioxide
First of all, a plasma is a form of matter (like solids, liquids, and gases) where the electrons have enough energy to freely leave the atoms that they would normally be… bound to. While a fluorescent light bulb is on, the interior of the tube is a plasma. Those lightening ball toys have a plasma on the inside. When most people think of plasma, they think of high temperatures. Plasma cutters are used to cut metals. Plasma arc welding can fuse metals together. Some technologies use plasmas to destroy dangerous chemicals. If we could control plasma better and generate it more efficiently, then it could become a source of thrust for spacecraft.
Depends on which Plasma you're talking about. . There are two things commonly called plasma. . For plasma as in physics, see below: . There are several methods for heating …plasmas. These includeOhmic Heating, Neutral Beam Injection, Magnetic Compression, Radio-Frequency Heating, and Inertial Compression. Each of these is discussed below. 1: Ohmic Heating "Since the plasma is an electrical conductor, it is possible toheat the plasma by passing a current through it; in fact, the currentthat generates the poloidal field also heats the plasma. This is called ohmic (or resistive) heating; it is the same kind of heating that occurs in an electric light bulb or in an electric heater." "The heat generated depends on the resistance of the plasma and the current. But as the temperature of heated plasma rises, the resistance decreases and the ohmic heating becomes less effective.It appears that the maximum plasma temperature attainable by ohmic heating in a tokamak is 20-30 million degrees Celsius. To obtain still higher temperatures, additional heating methods must beused." 2: Neutral-Beam Injection "Neutral-beam injection involves the introduction of high-energy (neutral) atoms into the ohmically -- heated, magnetically -- confined plasma. The atoms are immediately ionized and are trappedby the magnetic field. The high-energy ions then transfer part oftheir energy to the plasma particles in repeated collisions, thus increasing the plasma temperature." 3: Magnetic Compression "A gas can be heated by sudden compression. In the same way, the temperature of a plasma is increased if it is compressed rapidly by increasing the confining magnetic field. In a tokamak system this compression is achieved simply by moving the plasma into a regionof higher magnetic field (i.e. radially inward). Since plasma compression brings the ions closer together, the process has an additional benefit of facilitating attainment of the requireddensity for a fusion reactor." 4: Radiofrequency Heating "In radiofrequency heating, high-frequency waves are generated by oscillators outside the torus. If the waves have a particular frequency (or wavelength), their energy can be transferred to the charged particles in the plasma, which in turn collide with other plasma particles, thus increasing the temperature of the bulk plasma." 5: Inertial Compression This is similar to magnetic compression in that decreasing the gas volume causes the temperature to rise, but in the inertial approach the compression is achieved by using laser or particle beams to heat the outer layer of a target pellet; the outer layer vaporizes and the pressure that the vaporized layer exerts back on the core of the pellet accelerates the plasma inward on itself, and the inertia of the imploding atoms in the pellet allows the pellet to be compressed (for a very short time), and thus heated. . Plasma is also the watery part of blood. A healthy body makesthat by itself, w/o any conscious effort. . It can be separated out as part of blooddonations/transfusions.
Plasma acts as an immunoglobulin and it can cure immunological disorders and other bleeding disorders.
Plasma is found in the blood. When a person gives blood, the red blood cells are separated from the plasma, and the red blood cells are given back. Plasma is yellow in col…or and thick.
air, paper, blood (i know there is a substance called plasma in blood but its not real "plasma"), wood, water, ice, rocks, etc. as you can see, a lt of things dont have plasma…
plasma mostly consists of water i.e 80% if you mean plasma in your blood stream.If you mean the fourth state of matter plasma,it depends on what elements you used to create it….