Can anything exist as a plasma at standard temperature and pressure?

If so, what? What is the lowest temperature a plasma can exist?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    Plasma is ionised gas. It seems unlikely that photons at temperatures around 300 K would have enough energy to ionise anything. Most common ionisation temperatures are around 700 K minimum ( it is possible to produce small amounts of short lived plasma down at 1 mK - would this count for your plasma? )

    Source(s): Old guy
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