Plasma Physics

The term plasma refers to the fourth state of matter. The plasma is not only most energetic but also most challenging for researchers in the state of matter. The applications of plasma can even provide the major benefits over existing methods. Often the processes can be performed that are not even possible in any other manner. Plasma can also provide an efficiency increase in the processing methods and also very often can reduce the environmental impact in comparison to more conventional processes.

 

  • Magnetised & non-magnetised plasma
  • Particle interactions in plasma
  • Waves in warm plasma, hot magnetised plasma and isotropic plasma
  • Complex plasma phenomena
  • Interstellar medium plasma

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