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Review Papers | Dental Science | India | Volume 6 Issue 6, June 2017
Plasma: Pursuit of Dentistry
Aishwariya P. S. | Mohamed Jubair.M
Abstract: Plasma, fourth state of matter where as others exist in liquid, solid and gas. Plasma, a collection of stripped particles. Plasma is stripped electrons from atoms and molecules by changing their state. As stripping electrons takes constant energy which makes plasma naturally energetic. Plasma particle become gas, If the energy dissipates and the electrons reattach. Thus, plasma consists of positively and negatively charged ions and negatively charged electrons as well as radicals, neutral and excited atoms and molecules. Unlike ordinary matter, plasmas can exist in a wide range of temperatures without changing state. The aurora borealis, or northern lights, is ice cool, for instance, while the core of a distant stars white hot. Other well-known plasmas include lightning, neon signs, and fluorescent lights. Outside of a container, plasma resembles gasthe particles dont have a definite shape. But unlike gas, magnetic and electric fields can control plasma and shape it into useful, malleable structures.
Keywords: plasma, future of dentistry
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 6, June 2017,
Pages: 1789 - 1797
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