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Will ideal gas law apply to plasma?
I have read that plasma is a state of matter that resembles gas but it consists of ions and electrons coexisting. So my question is : If plasma is just ionized gas, will ideal gas law apply for it ?
Nov 8 '12 at 10:06
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