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How do the particles in plasmas compare with the particles in solids? Plasmas and solids are both made up of cation-anion pairs. Solids and plasmas are both made up of electrons and cations. Solids are made up of cation-anion pairs, but plasmas are not. Plasmas are made up of cation-anion pairs, but solids are not

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The answer for this question provided is "Solids are made up of cation-anion pairs, but plasmas are not". Solids are known to have closely packed particles that can be ions, molecules, or atoms. Plasmas, on the other hand, are an example of a distinct state of matter wherein the temperature is so hot that the electrons separate from the atoms and move around as free electrons. This separates molecules into electrons and cations.

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