Recently, I came across some who suggested that a plasma between half the temperature of the sun (2889 K) and the temperature of the sun (5,778) would have the same burn patterns as lava. I felt skeptical about this for two reasons Lava's viscosity affects how it behaves. I did not think not sure that the viscosity of plasma would have the similar affect on plasma as the viscosity of lava has on lava The artificial plasma from a carbon arc lamp creates a kind of dust or soot that reasearch separate out to find graphine. Furthermore, plasma's range from almost but not quite 0 K to 10^8 K in magnitude. However, I really wasn't sure what plasma would do in general if it was between 2889 K and 5778 K.... so.... What exactly would a plasma between 2889 K and 5778 do to a solid inorganic sustances like a rod of carbon or steel. What about to gelatinous compounds like Agar and Gelatin? What about to liquids like Midieval Glass, oil, and water?