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What does plasma do?

Plasma carries blood cells to and `fro in our body, this yellowish liquid making up more than half of our body supply.
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What is a plasma?

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. (MORE)

What are plasmas?

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 (MORE)

What are plasma?

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 (MORE)

What can you do with plasma?

  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 (MORE)
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What you plasma?

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 (MORE)
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What does plasma have in it?

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 (MORE)