Definitions for "Plasma"
Keywords:  ionize, neon, ion, gas, nuclei
Unorganized material; elementary matter.
a state of matter in which charged particles such as electrons and atomi nuclei have sufficiently high energy to move freely, rather than be bound in atoms as in ordinary matter; it has some of the properties of a gas, but is a conductor of electricity.
A gas formed when one or more negatively charged electrons escape from an atom's positively charged nucleus, creating an electrically neutral gas composed of positive and negative particles; because it is ionized, plasma interacts with electric and magnetic fields; approximately 99 percent of matter in the universe is thought to be in the plasma state
same as blood plasma.
The clear, yellowish, fluid part of the blood that carries the blood cells. The proteins that form blood clots are in plasma.
Fluid portion of the blood, in which the particular components are suspended. It should be distinguished from ï3/4“serum,ï3/4” which is the cell-free portion of the blood, from which the fibrinogen has been separated in the process of clotting.
A variety of quartz, of a color between grass green and leek green, which is found associated with common chalcedony. It was much esteemed by the ancients for making engraved ornaments.
a green slightly translucent variety of chalcedony used as a gemstone
Plasma is Trey Anastasio's first live album. The two-disc set features live tracks recorded during Trey's summer and fall tour in 2002 with his dectet, which included a guitar, bass, saxophones, trumpet, trombone, tuba, flute, percussion, keyboards, and drums. Plasma was released on April 29 2003.
Plasma (Leila O'Toole) is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. Her first appearance was in Marvel Comics Presents #24.
Keywords:  karamba, plasmoids, kde, widgets, mini
Plasma will be the new desktop and panel user interface tool for KDE 4, the next major release of the K Desktop Environment. This will combine the KDE panel, the desktop, and Super Karamba into one application, providing an API for developers to write widgets and mini-applications called plasmoids, to place on the desktop and panel.
Keywords:  bright, vivid, thousands, tiny, tvs
Plasma TVs are comprised of a bunch of tiny independent cells that produce the red, green, and blue colors necessary to view an image. They offer a bright, vivid picture that looks like you’re in the middle of the action. They are light enough to hang from your wall or ceiling. Burn-in is a factor.
Plasma is a flat screen technology that is similar to LCD. It has become very popular as a TV standard as it allows you to locate your screen anywhere including the wall. The image quality is not as good as a projector.
One of the most popular and first of the new digital display technologies. Plasma TVs have hundreds of thousands of little, tiny electron guns shining red and blue and green light to the front of the screen. They're only three inches deep, but pretty expensive.
A mixture of starch and glycerin, used as a substitute for ointments.
In Indonesia, subcontracting of crops by a larger-scale farmer who then sells to a sponsor-processor.
The viscous material of an animal or vegetable cell, out of which the various tissues are formed by a process of differentiation; protoplasm.
Keywords:  icp, analyzes, trace, metals, unit
The Plasma Unit analyzes for trace metals by ICP.
a prerequisite but certainly not a sufficient condition for fusion
a dispersive medium whereas free space is not, since waves of all frequencies travel in free space with the velocity of light
a volume (of medium) of moving charges
Keywords:  defeat, secret, lock, technique, device
A secret technique or device used to defeat a lock.
a bright and extra-sharp display that delivers outstanding image quality
a digital display device
Keywords:  arc, see
See Arc Plasma
a material which has been heated to a temperature where molecules are not stable