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Plasma is one of the four fundamental states of matter, which include solid, liquid, and gas. When energy is applied to solid, it turns into liquid and gas, and, when a high energy is applied to gas at tens of thousands of degree, the gas is separated into electrons and atomic nucleus, thereby, turning into plasma.
what is plasma

Mechanism of plasma generation

External energy is required for generating plasma. When electric energy is applied, accelerated electrons collide with other particles, generating plasma as a result. Normal plasma is composed of somewhat equal numbers of electrons and ions, and, therefore, electrically neutral.

 Benefits of PLASMA

Plasma has a strong sterilizing effect because it involves a physical action such as particle collisions and chemical ones such as membrane degradation and sterilization. Plasma has a strong sterilizing effect because it involves a physical action such as particle collisions and chemical ones such as membrane degradation and sterilization. The ions and radicals created as a result of these actions degrade surrounding harmful molecules. Because of the synergy effect of its physical and chemical actions, plasma is used in various fields including bio technology.
(Source : Fridman_et_al-2008-Plasma_Processes_and_Polymers)