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 LIPC stand for?
LIPC stands for laser-induced plasma channel
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We have 13 other meanings of LIPC in our Acronym Attic
- Lane Independent Provider Association
- Lane Individual Practice Association (est. 1976; Eugene, OR)
- Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (UK)
- Local Internet Protocol Access
- Long Island Power Authority
- Lysosomal Acid Lipase (deficiency)
- Lesotho Institute of Public Administration and Management (South Africa)
- Laser Induced Photoacoustic Spectroscopy
- Lithium-Ion Polymer Battery
- Hepatic Lipase (gene)
- Livestock Industry Promotion Corporation (Japan)
- London Ikeda Peace Centre (Buddhist organization; UK)
- Long Island Planning Council (Wantagh, Long Island)
- Louisiana International Piano Competition (Alexandria, Louisiana)
- Low Interference Potential Devices (operating license; Australia)
- Lifecycle Integrated Product Data Environment
- International League for Ecological Protection (Guinea-Bissau)
- Laryngospasm Induced Pulmonary Edema (medical condition)
- Light Weight IP Encapsulation (IETF)
- Ludwigsburger Initiative Psychiatrie Erfahrener (German: Ludwigsburg Initiative Psychiatric Treatment; Ludwigsburg, Germany)
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For example, these ultra-short pulse lasers can generate laser-induced plasma channels that can transfer a large amount of energy to a target such as a car engine block, temporarily disabling the engine.