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Physics, 18.04.2019 01:27

Why can the volume of a sample of plasma change when the substance is moved from one substance is moved from one container to another?

a. plasma is made of charged ions and electrons, so they interact differently in different places.

b. plasma can have lots of space between its particles, so naturally expands compresses.

c. plasma is made of neutral atoms that can split into separate ions and electrons when placed in a new container.

d. plasma can change between a rigid shape and free-moving form, so it will have different volumes in different containers.

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