ionized gas

ionized gas

[′ī·ə‚nīzd ′gas]
(physics)
A gas, some of whose atoms or molecules have undergone ionization.
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Yet it also maintains its speed--unexpected behavior for shells of ionized gas that ought to expand, thin, and cool.
They were chosen because "their light reaches Earth before being fully absorbed by the interstellar gas, allowing the scientists to measure the amount of starlight to see if it's enough to significantly contribute to the amount of ionized gas in the IGM.
J-Plasma utilises a helium ionization process to produce a stable, focused beam of ionized gas that provides surgeons with greater precision, minimal invasiveness and an absence of conductive currents through the patient during surgery.
It utilises a helium ionization process to produce a stable, focused beam of ionized gas that provides greater precision, minimal invasiveness and an absence of conductive currents through the patient during surgery.
The Cross Beam Deflector Ionizer deflects ionized gas phase species through 90[degrees] with 100% efficiency, separating them from photons, metastables and molecular beam gases.
A plasma is an ionized gas consisting of electrons, ions, and neutral gas.
a Kapton polyimide film) which prohibits arc formation, but allows accumulation of ionized gas in the vicinity of the exposed electrode end.
The artist, who has long been fascinated by space, discovered a NASA recording of sounds derived from the plasma wave detector on the Voyager craft as it traveled through waves of electrons in ionized gas.
New, unexpected data indicate that Voyager 1 has been traveling through the plasma, or ionized gas, that originates in the space between the stars.
We've created a model for exploring how electromagnetic fields help organize ionized gas or plasma in astrophysical settings, such as in the plasma flows that emerge from young stars," said lead author Nathan Kugland, a postdoctoral researcher in the High Energy Density Science Group at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).
Aridion is applied using a special pulsed ionized gas (plasma) to attach a nanoscopic polymer layer--one thousand times thinner than a human hair--to the electronic device.
A plasma is an ionized gas that can conduct electricity.