Category:Plasma Physics

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Plasma physics is the study of plasmas, a state of matter that is similar to a gas but also exhibits behavior characteristic of solids and liquids. Plasmas are highly ionized and contain an equal number of positive and negative charges, making them electrically conductive and susceptible to electromagnetic forces. Some of the key areas of study in plasma physics include the behavior of plasmas in various conditions, such as high temperatures and magnetic fields, the interaction of plasmas with electric and magnetic fields, and the behavior of plasmas in space, such as in the sun and other stars. Plasma physics also encompasses the study of fusion energy, which aims to harness the energy produced by the fusion of atomic nuclei in plasmas, as well as the development of plasma technologies for a variety of applications, such as plasma medicine and plasma processing in the semiconductor industry.


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