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MacRoscopic Properties: The World We See

Phases of Matter and Intensive Properties

What is plasma?

Plasma, the fourth state of matter, is a gas where some amount of the particles have been ionized. As little as 1% ionization leads to very different properties for plasmas than gases, including increased conductivity (like lightning) and magnetization.



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