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If the iron in question is one that is used to take wrinkles out of clothing, no, there is no plasma in an iron. Heating materials to a few hundred degrees is insufficient to create a plasma.
The plasma in a fluorescent light or plasma ball, is contained by glass. Fusion plasmas are too hot to contain in any "container", so it is contained by magnetic fields, The plasma in the sun is partly contained by gravity, though a proportion of it is lost as the Solar Wind.
it contain Glucose, Amino acids, Vitamins, Mineral salts, Hormones, Carbon Dioxide, Urea, and Fibrinogen.
This is plasma.
Yes, stars contain plasma. A star is made up of virtually all plasma.
A Plasma must contain many ions and electrons.
Many things contain plasma mostly things in the sky.
it depend on how it starts most of them do have plasma
No. But plasma does contain glucose, urea, albumin and fibrinogen.
When you turn it on, yes. The glowing electrical arcs contain plasma.