The Laser-Induced Plasma Channel, or LIPC, is designed to take out targets that conduct electricity better than the air or ground that surrounds them.
What does LIP stand for?
LIP stands for Laser-Induced Plasma
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- Long Island Offshore Wind Initiative (New York)
- Long Island Offshore Wind Park (New York; US DOI)
- Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris
- Ladies Inter-Parish group
- Language in Performance
- Language in Play
- Language Industry Program (Canada)
- Language Interface Pack (Microsoft Windows XP language localized "skin")
- Large Igneous Province
- Large Internet Packet
Samples in periodicals archive:
Laser-induced plasma ripples can accelerate particles to break-neck speeds in the space of a meter.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Other technologies are laser-induced plasmas (LIP) and laser-induced plasma detonations (LIP-D) created by ultra-short pulse lasers.
The temperatures were determined form the emission line intensities of Mn, V, Co, and Pb observed in the laser-induced plasma of soil sediments.