Plasma (in Physics)
Title: Plasma (in Physics)
Literature References: In physics and in nuclear chemistry plasma means highly ionized gases, i.e., a mixture of ions, electrons and at times neutral particles at high energy levels. Books: J. G. Linhart, Plasma Physics (North Holland Publ., Amsterdam, 1960); Topics in Current Chemistry Vols. 89, 90 and 94, S. Veprek, M. Venugopalan, Eds. (Springer-Verlag, New York, 1980) 143 pp, 121 pp and 125 pp, resp.
 
 
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