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Author Topic: Birkeland-Eyde reactor electromagnet  (Read 1016 times)

Offline antimony

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Birkeland-Eyde reactor electromagnet
« on: July 07, 2016, 09:36:16 PM »
Hi,  i have been working on a high voltage project using a neon sign transformer running an arc in a glass chamber to create NO2, and then bubbling it through water to create a diluted solution of HNO2 in water.
I figured that it is high time that i get going assembling all the parts to test it out.

I just had one question, in the patent it say that a electromagnet is used to flatten the arc out but there are no more information about it. 
Do you think i can use any type of coil or?

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