Dusty Plasmas and Grain Plasmas

A dusty plasma is a plasma containing nanometer or micrometer-sized particles suspended in it. A grain plasma contains larger particles than dusty plasmas. Examples include comets, planetary rings, exposed dusty surfaces, and the zodiacal dust cloud.

 

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