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This site describes all aspects of plasma science and technology. You can explore the basics of plasma, its applications; view a photo gallery, and much more.
  
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Physics Central; Publisher: American Physical Society
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Learn about plasma, the form of matter that makes up about 99% of the visible universe. Find out how physicists are trying to utilize plasmas as a source of power.
  
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Learn about sonoluminescence, the conversion of sound into light inside a bubble in a flask of water, and the ongoing disagreementsin the physics community about how the light is…
  
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Publisher: T. Eastman
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This website from Plasmas International presents the basic ideas of plasma physics. It includes a chart of temperature versus density that shows the many plasma states on Earth and…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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Check out this article from Physics Central to learn about fusion power and the machines built to investigate it. You'll find out how the fuel was chosen, and what the big challenges…
  
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Publisher: Coalition for Plasma Science
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To learn about an important plasma used in manufacturing, visit MIT's Plasmas for Welding . The text describes the arc, which is a plasma, and explains how the arc and the metal to…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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This site by the Division of Plasma Physics of the American Physical Society explores plasma--ionized matter--which makes up more than 99% of the visible universe. Pictures and text…
  
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Publisher: Space Science Institute
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At this site you'll find information and images about plasmas, solar flares, and magnetic storms. You'll learn about the solar wind--a stream of particles from the sun--which…
  
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Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
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If you're interested in an alternate energy source, visit IPPEX--you can learn all about plasma physics and fusion. You can work with lots of neat simulations, including controlling…
  
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Publisher: Space Science Institute
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This exhibit from the Space Weather Center explains what plasmas are and what forms they take on Earth and in space. It contains many helpful images and two games on magnetism and…