Translation of plasma in Spanish:

plasma

Pronunciation: /ˈplæzmə/

n

  • u [Physiol] [Phys] plasma (m) (before n) plasma screen pantalla (f) de plasma
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    • Instead, blood is often separated into its three main components; red blood cells, plasma, and platelets.
    • The use of smaller VTS in humans leads to reduced concentrations of polymorphonuclear cells and cytokines in both plasma and bronchoalveolar lavage fluid.
    • It is composed of: red corpuscles, white cells, platelets, and blood plasma.
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    • This expansion of the atmosphere significantly increases the number of microscopic collisions between the satellite and the gases and plasma of the upper atmosphere.
    • Research on nuclear fusion in the 1940s shifted the focus of plasma research from the stars to laboratories on Earth.
    • The photons can break apart, or ionize, molecules and atoms of the atmosphere into protons and electrons, producing plasma.
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    • However, shielded metal arc welding, plasma arc, and electron beam welding processes can be used.
    • Due to its lower flame temperature and particle velocity compared with plasma spraying, flame spraying produces a less dense coating having lower adhesion strength.
    • The team grew the nano-needles by saturating droplets of molten gold with zinc oxide plasma.

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