Plasmas are generally thought of an ionized gases, which are conductive and can respond to electric and magnetic fields. However, I was just wondering if it is possible (in theory or in practice) to have a 'liquid' plasma? Presumably, it should be possible to ionize a liquid?
If not, then why is this not possible?
One of the comments suggests that the interior of the sun may be a possible candidate, due to the high density. However, I am wondering, on a more basic level, could I take some sort of liquid at room temperature and ionize it in a lab until it started to behave like a plasma? Is it possible to 'bulk ionize' a liquid to that extent?