listen to the pronunciation of plasma
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} plazma

Plazma televizyonlar çok pahalıydılar ama şimdi çok daha ucuzlar. - Plasma TVs used to be very expensive, but now they're much cheaper.

Plazma maddenin dördüncü halidir. - Plasma is the fourth state of matter.

(Askeri) PLAZMA: Bir elektrik akımında, gaz halinde iletimin yer aldığı katot ve anot arası saha
{i} yeşil çakmaktaşı
(Nükleer Bilimler) plazma,plasma
(Biyokimya) sıvı
plasma membrane
plazma zarı
plasma protein
plazma proteini
plasma state
plazma hali
plasma ball
plazma topu
plasma frequency
plazma frekansı, plazma şıklığı
plasma panel
plazma panel
plasma display
plazma ekran
plasma jet
(Askeri) PLAZMA FIŞKIRTMASI: Kuvvetli bir elektrik deşarjının manyeto-hidrodinamik etkisiyle ısınıp iyonlanmış yüksek ısıda elektron ve pozitif iyon fışkırtması
plasma physics
(Askeri) PLAZMA FİZİĞİ: Tamamen iyonlanmış gazlarla meşgul olan bilim kolu
plasma screen
plazma ekran
blood plasma
(Tıp) plazma
blood plasma
kan plazması
dried human plasma
kuru plazma
billipid plasma membrane
iki tabakalı yağ içeren plazma zarı
heparinized plasma
heparinize plazma
fresh frozen plasma
(Askeri) taze dondurulmuş kan plazması
inductively-coupled plasma emission spectrometry
indüktif-eşli plazma emisyon spektrometresi
thermal plasma
(Fizik) ısıl plazma
Englisch - Englisch
A clear component of blood or lymph containing fibrin
A visual effect in which cycles of changing colours are warped in various ways to give the illusion of liquid organic movement

Has anyone here written a plasma demo in C/C++ who would be willing to explain to me exactly how it works?.

Blood plasma, free of suspended cells, used in transfusions
A state of matter consisting of partially ionized gas
Plasma is the liquid part of blood in which blood cells are suspended Consists largely of water and dissolved substances
In laser welding, a metal vapor that forms above the spot where the beam reacts with the metal surface Also used to describe the laser tube (plasma tube, discharge tube) which contains the completely ionized gas in certain lasers
A low-density gas in which the individual atoms are charged, even though the total number of positive and negative charges is equal, maintaining an overall electrical neutrality
colorless watery fluid of blood and lymph containing no cells and in which erythrocytes and leukocytes and platelets are suspended
the fluid, non-cellular portion of circulating blood that carries blood cells and nutrients throughout the body
a gas containing free ions and electrons, and therefore capable of conducting electric currents A "partially ionized plasma" such as the Earth's ionosphere is one that also contains neutral atoms
A gas in which there are approximately equal numbers of positive ions and negative particles There may also be many neutral particles, as is the case for the ionosphere
A mixture of starch and glycerin, used as a substitute for ointments
(physical chemistry) a fourth state of matter distinct from solid or liquid or gas and present in stars and fusion reactors; a gas becomes a plasma when it is heated until the atoms lose all their electrons, leaving a highly electrified collection of nuclei and free electrons; "particles in space exist in the form of a plasma"
A state of matter consisting of fully ionized gas
A form of ionized gas in which the temperature is too high for atoms to exist in their natural state Plasma is composed of free electrons and free atomic nuclei
Unorganized material; elementary matter
The liquid portion of the blood It is 90% water and is a protein-salt solution that makes up 55% of the blood volume
Plasma is the clear liquid part of blood which contains the blood cells. Liquid part of blood (including dissolved chemicals but not the cells and platelets). This straw-coloured fluid serves as the blood's transport medium, helps maintain blood pressure, distributes body heat, and maintains the pH balance in the bloodstream and body. More than 90% consists of water, about 7% proteins, and the rest other substances, including waste products of metabolism. Important plasma proteins include albumin, coagulation factors, and globulins, including gamma globulin and a hormone that stimulates erythrocyte formation. Serum is the liquid part of the blood that remains after clotting. Electrically conducting medium in which there are roughly equal numbers of positively and negatively charged particles, produced when the atoms in a gas become ionized (see ionization). Plasma is sometimes called the fourth state of matter (the first three being solid, liquid, and gas). A plasma is unique in the way it interacts with itself, with electric and magnetic fields, and with its environment. It can be thought of as a collection of ions, electrons, neutral atoms and molecules, and photons in which some atoms are being ionized at the same time as electrons are recombining with other ions to form neutral particles, while photons are continuously being produced and absorbed. It is estimated that more than 99% of the matter in the universe exists in the plasma state
A state of matter characterized by unbound negative electrons and positive ions which may conduct electrical current It is known as the fourth state of matter, along with other states of matter: solids, liquids and gases Scientists believe that more than 99% of matter in the universe exists as plasma, including stars, lightning, and the Aurora Borealis
Any ionized gas, that is, any gas containing ions and electrons
An ionized gas containing about equal numbers of positive and negative charges, which is a good conductor of electricity, and is affected by a magnetic field
colorless watery fluid of blood and lymph containing no cells and in which erythrocytes and leukocytes and platelets are suspended (physical chemistry) a fourth state of matter distinct from solid or liquid or gas and present in stars and fusion reactors; a gas becomes a plasma when it is heated until the atoms lose all their electrons, leaving a highly electrified collection of nuclei and free electrons; "particles in space exist in the form of a plasma"
Fluid portion of the blood in which cells are suspended
The watery, yellowish fluid that carries white and red blood cells and platelets through the circulatory system Plasma is prepared for laboratory assays by treating whole blood with an anticoagulant and then centrifuging the fluid to separate out the cells
the fluid portion of the blood in which solids (white cells, red cells and platelets) are suspended and nutrients dissolved
It was much esteemed by the ancients for making engraved ornaments
One of the four states of matter (The other three are solid, liquid and gas ) Consists of a gas of positively charged and negatively charged particles with approximately equal concentrations of both so that the total gas is approximately charge neutral A plasma can be produced from a gas if enough energy is added to cause the electrically neutral atoms of the gas to split into positively and negatively charged atoms and electrons See also: The Plasma State of Matter
The liquid part of the blood in which the blood cells float
{i} fluid part of blood and lymph; ionized material, matter in the fourth state (beyond gas)
The watery part of your blood which contains disolved proteins
a green slightly translucent variety of chalcedony used as a gemstone
A variety of quartz, of a color between grass green and leek green, which is found associated with common chalcedony
the watery, liquid part of the blood in which the red blood cells, the white blood cells, and platelets are suspended
Plasma consists of a gas heated to sufficiently high temperatures that the atoms ionize The properties of the gas are controlled by electromagnetic forces among constituent ions and electrons, which results in a different type of behavior Plasma is often considered the fourth state of matter (besides solid, liquid, and gas) Most of the matter in the Universe is in the plasma state more!
The watery fluid portion of blood in which the corpuscular elements are suspended It transports nutrients as well as wastes throughout the body Various compounds including proteins, electrolytes, carbohydrates, minerals, and fats are dissolved in it
the liquid matrix in which the blood cells and blood proteins are suspended in It contains an extensive variety of solutes dissolved in water Water accounts for about 90% of blood plasma
The clear yellowish fluid portion of blood, lymph, or intramuscular fluid in which cells are suspended
the liquid part of the lymph and of the blood
liquid part of the blood, lymph, and intracellular fluid in which cells are suspended
The viscous material of an animal or vegetable cell, out of which the various tissues are formed by a process of differentiation; protoplasm
plasma acceleration
A method for accelerating electrically charged particles with a large-amplitude electron plasma wave
plasma accelerator
A particle accelerator that uses plasma as the medium of the accelerating field instead of a vacuum, to obtain a larger accelerating gradient
plasma display
A flat-screen display, for television or personal computers, consisting of a matrix of cells filled with an inert, ionized gas; three cells (red, green and blue) constituting a single pixel
plasma lamp
A clear glass orb, filled with a mixture of various gases at low pressure, and driven by high frequency alternating current at high voltage
plasma membrane
The semipermeable membrane that surrounds the cytoplasm of a cell
plasma membranes
plural form of plasma membrane
plasma rifle
An assault rifle-styled gun that shoots plasma
plasma rifles
plural form of plasma rifle
plasma screen
A plasma display
plasma screens
plural form of plasma screen
plasma wakefield acceleration
a method of high-gradient particle acceleration which utilizes the longitudinal electric field of plasma wakefield excited by a laser pulse or bunch of relativistic charged particles; abbreviated as PWFA
plasma wakefield accelerator
A device in which a drive beam (either laser or particle) produces a plasma wave ("wakefield") that accelerates charged particles in a relatively short distance
Attributive form of plasma display

plasma-display television.

Attributive form of plasma screen

plasma-screen television.

plasma cutting
(Metal İşleme) Plasma cutting is a process that is used to cut steel and other metals of different thicknesses (or sometimes other materials) using a plasma torch. In this process, an inert gas (in some units, compressed air) is blown at high speed out of a nozzle; at the same time an electrical arc is formed through that gas from the nozzle to the surface being cut, turning some of that gas to plasma. The plasma is sufficiently hot to melt the metal being cut and moves sufficiently fast to blow molten metal away from the cut
plasma ball
A glass ball containing low density gas surrounding an electrode, which stimulates the gas to glow in random, moving streams of light
plasma cell
a lymphocyte-like cell that develops from a B lymphocyte in reaction to a specific antigen; found in bone marrow and sometimes in the blood
plasma cell
Any of the antibody-secreting cells found in lymphoid tissue and derived from B cells upon lymphokine stimulation and reaction with a specific antigen. Also called plasmacyte
plasma display panel
{i} PDP, flat panel display where visible light is produced by phosphors which are stimulated by a plasma discharge between two flat glass panels
plasma physics
the branch of physics concerned with matter in its plasma phase
plasma protein
any of the proteins in blood plasma
plasma screen
Monitors that make use of Gas plasma technology to permit the design of flat screens that can, amongst other things, be wall-mounted
plasma screen
screen type used for very large screen involving a gas plasma for creating characters
plasma screen
a type of television or computer screen that is wider and taller than most regular screens, but that shows pictures using a different type of technology which makes it possible for the screen to be thinner than other types of screens
plasma screen
The latest technology used to develop flat, very thin, TV and video display screens, being new they are still expensive They do not have the same size limitations of traditional LCD displays
plasma thromboplastin antecedent
coagulation factor whose deficiency results in a hemorrhagic tendency
blood plasma
The clear fluid portion of blood in which the red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets are suspended; forms serum upon clotting
dusty plasma
A plasma containing particles larger than the ions of the plasma; typically manufactured plastic micro-spheres
human seminal plasma protein hypersensitivity
A rare allergy to certain proteins found in human semen
laser-plasma accelerator
A kind of plasma accelerator that utilize an amplitude-modulated intense laser beam to excite a large amplitude plasma wave that propagates at near the speed of light with a longitudinal acceleration electric field
quark-gluon plasma
a predicted state of matter, containing deconfined quarks and gluons, present in the very early universe (first millionth of a second), and recreated at extremely high energy densities, such as those in the collision of heavy atomic nuclei as speeds very close to the speed of light
blood plasma
liquid part of blood
blood plasma
The pale yellow or gray-yellow, protein-containing fluid portion of the blood in which the blood cells and platelets are normally suspended
blood plasma
the fluid part of blood that contains nutrients, glucose, proteins, minerals, enzymes, and other substances
blood plasma
– the fluid part of blood that contains nutrients, salts, proteins and more
blood plasma
the liquid portion of the blood which contains dissolved substances such as glucose, antibodies, etc , and carries the red and white blood cells throughout the body
blood plasma
= blood fluid containing fibrinogen and other blood proteins but no blood cells
blood plasma
plasma that separates from blood in coagulation
gas-plasma display
type of display used in flat-screen monitors and televisions in which the display is filled with super-energized neon gas and each pixel has a transistor for controlling display quality
quark gluon plasma
new form of matter in which freely propagating quarks and gluons exist in the plasma



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈplazmə/ /ˈplæzmə/


    [ 'plaz-m& ] (noun.) 1772. From Ancient Greek πλάσμα (plasma, “something formed”)

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