Plasma Physics

Plasma physics is defined as the study of charged particles and fluids interacting with self- consistent electric and magnetic fields. It is a basic research discipline that has many different areas of application such as Space and Astrophysics, Controlled fusion, Accelerator physics and Beam storage. Plasmas are electrically conductive and respond to electric and magnetic fields and can be expeditious sources of radiation, they are used in a large number of usages where such control is needed or when special sources of energy or radiation are mandatory.

  • Complex Plasma phenomenon
  • Laser Plasma
  • Fusion Plasma
  • Electric conductivity in Plasma
  • Plasma in technology and Medicine
  • Thermal Plasma
  • Non-equlibrium low temperature Plasma

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