VACUUM PLASMA TECHNIQUE

Plasma, often referred to as the fourth state of matter, is ionized gas that constitutes over 99% of the observable universe. Its presence is ubiquitous in natural phenomena such as nebulae, stars, auroras, and lightning.

When an electric field is applied to a gas within a low-temperature, low-pressure environment, typically a vacuum, the gas undergoes ionization, transforming into a highly reactive amalgamation of ionized particles, free electrons, and radicals.

This resultant plasma possesses conductivity, enabling it to interact with surfaces upon contact, thereby altering their properties on a nano-scale level. It can facilitate cleaning processes or enhance the wettability of surfaces.

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PLASMA ACTIVATION

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WHAT IS PLASMA?

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