Plasma and gas are alike in that both are fluids. A liquid is a fluid, but it takes the shape of an open container it is placed in, and plasma and gas don't. They go everywhere. Further, both represent states of matter at greater thermal energies than liquids or solids.
The three types of matter: Solid, Liquid, and gas are all alike because of the fact that the molecules in them are always moving. Also the fourth type of matter: plasma also is alike.
because the plasma is gas
Plasma can be made from gas if a lot of energy is pushed into the gas.
Plasma is an ionized gas.
plasma is different from a gas because the particles that make up plasma are electrically charged.
Yes, a plasma is a gas with an electrical charge.
yes plasma is a gas with an electrical charge
Yes, any ionized gas is a plasma.
Plasma is ionized.
No. A plasma cutter creates plasma from some preexisting gas.
yes plasma is a in its own category plasma is really a form of energy yet not gas whatsoever
Plasma is a state after gas form Solid - liquid - gas - plasma
Plasma is not a solid, liquid, or a gas. It is its own matter!
both plasma and gas are classified as states of matter
Plasma can turn to gas by being cooled, reducing temperature.
The phase change from a plasma to a gas is called recombination.
Plasma is ionized gas.
Plasma is a type of gas.
The phase change of gas to plasma is called ionization.
The gas in the son has been ionized which is why it is in the plasma stage on the sun.
A gas constitutes molecules of a element/compound whereas Plasma consists of the Ionized (Charged) species of the elements. A gas can be Ionized to form Plasma.
If you mean gas plasma rather than blood plasma, then plasma is usually a gas that has been stripped of an electron by an alternating electric field. The gas becomes very hot because of this and lots of unusual chemical reactions can take place inside a gas plasma.