Medical Definition of Two-component plasma

1. Refers to a plasma containing a cool thermal component and a population of high energy particles (such as from neutral beam injection) which are in the process of thermalising (slowing down). (09 Oct 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Two-component Plasma

two-armed
two-bagger
two-base hit
two-baser
two-bellied muscle
two-bit
two-blocked
two-body problem
two-by-four
two-by-fours
two-capsuled
two-carbon fragment
two-chambered
two-channel
two-cleft
two-component plasma (current term)
two-decker
two-dimensional
two-dimensional chromatography
two-dimensional figure
two-dimensionality
two-double
two-eared
two-edged
two-eyed violet
two-faced
two-facedly
two-fingered typing
two-fisted
two-fisted drinker

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