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cold plasma

[¦kōld ′plaz·mə]
(chemical engineering)
Low-energy ionized gas.
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Depending on various technologies market is segmented into corona discharge, ultraviolet, cold plasma, electrolysis and oxidation processes.
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Cold plasma, also known as nonthermal plasma, has potential applications as an antimicrobial treatment for fruits, vegetables and other foods with fragile surfaces, as well as on processing equipment.
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Binary ionization technology is a disinfection system that uses cold plasma to a hydrogen peroxide-based aerosol.
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There are also new technical measures being developed to preserve food in a near-natural state, such as cold plasma technology.
Dr Cath Rees, one of the scientists involved in the project, said cold plasma technology could provide a way of eradicating moulds early in the packaging process.
Washington, Dec 16 (ANI): Popping antibiotics may soon become a thing of the past, for a new study has revealed that that cold plasma jets could be a safe and effective alternative to these pills to treat multi-drug resistant infections.