The sun is made of plasma, but contains very
little nitrogen. Most of the sun is hydrogen, and
most of what isn't is helium.
Plasma is a state of matter, like solid,
liquid, or gas. Any matter can become a plasma,
just as any matter can freeze, boil, condense, or
precipitate. Plasmas behave similarly to gasses,
except that they are electrically charged and thus
subject to magnetic fields, which is normally
something that only (some) liquids and solids can
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