The Fourth State Of Matter
Plasma is the fourth state of matter, with the other three being solid, liquid and gas. It can be thought of being an ionised gas, that is a gas ionized gas, a gas into which sufficient energy is provided to free electrons from neutral atoms or molecules and to allow both ions and electrons to coexist. Auroras and lightning are examples of naturally occurring plasmas.On Earth, naturally occurring plasmas are uncommon but scientists have learned how to generate plasma and utilise their unique properties for a range of applications.
Plasma and Zayndu
Based on years of R&D, Zayndu brings to market state-of-the-art plasma technologyt that delivers a truly organic, free from toxic chemicals, seed disinfection solution.
The New Plasma Revolution
Traditionally, plasmas have been used to modify inert substrates such as silicon wafers in controlled environments under vacuum conditions. However, recent advancements in the generation of plasmas at atmospheric pressure and low temperature have enabled the development of new applications in which liquids and biological samples can be brought in contact with plasma.This has led to the emergence of new disciplines such as plasma medicine and plasma agriculture, which are rapidly growing and have the potential to disrupt current practices in the near future.