Plasma, called also the fourth state of matter (the other three are solid, liquid, and gas), is mixture of ionized atoms (atoms stripped of some or all of their electrons) and surrounding electrons.
A group of institutions, organizations, and companies joining forces to increase awareness and understanding of plasma science and its many applications and benefits for society.
A manufacturer of power conversion equipment. Transformer technology, rectifiers, battery formation, anodizing, and other power conversion equipment.
Modules to teach single particle motion, dispersion relation, particle simulation and ray-tracing.
Presenting all aspects of plasma science and technology for the general public, educational, and research communities.
Educational coverage of plasma science and technology with site links worldwide.
Derived from the FusEdWeb educational site, includes alphabetical listings, search function and submission form for corrections and new terms.
A private company developing and applying plasma technologies based on the method of DC arc jet. Plasma jet is capable of melting anything, as well as for the activation of chemical reactions.
Plasma-gate. Lists of Plasma Physics servers on the internet. (From WIS Institute).
Introductory notes on plasma physics.
Plasma Physics Research Center Tehran-Iran
Guide to plasma science used within the plasma television technology. Includes educational resources and links to related information.
Essential facts and formulae.
A manufacturer of semiconductor and FPD production equipment, including plasma and ion etchers, and deposition systems. Page includes a company overview and history, details on its business, group companies in different countries, and R&D information.
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