Results for: Plasma

In Science

How is plasma formed?

It is formed by passing electric currents through gases. In a plasma with an electrical current running through it, negatively charged particles are rushing toward the posit (MORE)

Does plasma screen tv has plasma in it?

A Plasma tv works like this; the pixels are coated with red green and blue phosphors. They are then filled with xenon and neon gases, which when hit with electrical charges ch (MORE)
In Health

How do you donate plasma?

There are two types of plasma donation programs, Healthy, and Disease-state. If you are healthy, you would search for plasma donation centers in your area who accept healthy (MORE)

How do you get plasma?

There are several methods for heating plasmas. These include Ohmic Heating, Neutral Beam Injection, Magnetic Compression, Radio-Frequency Heating, and Inertial Compression (MORE)

How is plasma the same as a plasma TV?

Plasma is known as the fourth state of matter. It can be found when gases are at extremely high temperatures. Our best known example is the sun, where much of the matter is in (MORE)

What part of a plasma ball is plasma?

A plasma ball has a high voltage in the centre. Because the walls of the ball are insulating the voltage is an alternating current, AC voltage. The AC voltage will drive a cur (MORE)

How do you create plasma?

Not 100% certain about this, but I once stopped off at a service station on a damp, humid day and heard crackling around a metal telegraph pole that was carrying electricity. (MORE)

Do plasma TVs have plasma in them?

Yes. Due to the fact that they are based on fluorescent (probably  spelled that wrong) lighting. Fluorescent lighting uses large  amounts of electricity to excite gaseous at (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)