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Title: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: baroutologos on September 16, 2017, 05:32:11 PM
hello all,


It has been a while since my last post here. Some years for sure... Having the OU research buried in the past, nonetheless i read renown scientific articles with special interest in those involving energy and techological advantages towards cleaner, cheaper and more distributed energy systems. But the virus of the past persists... so i need someone knowledgeable to asnwer me this question.


***


We all know about the cathodic ray emmisions and how a CRT tv or monitor works or even a electron (or ion) gun.
My question is why?


For conversation's shake i elaborate. We know in a vaccum or near vaccum tube we have an cathode, heated for ease so as to stimulate thermionic electron emmision, and to few cm or spaced a bit apart an anode of considerable voltage (in respect to cathode) say in the region of few Kilo volts.
We all know that the freed electrons in the exhasted tube are accelarated towards the anode, avoiding as much collisions as possible since vaccum tube (or near)  and impact on it. Well, not all. Some, due to anode's geometry, are passing through and leaving anode's attraction field having gained substantial kinetic energy in the region of some KeV? (right?) then they go far and collide to a fluorescence substance (for monitor use), or another surface (for x-rays production use) etc.


MY POINT: If the electrical field is a conservative field, that would not happen. In my understanding, all electrons should be accelarated and those passing through due to anode's geometry, should start decellarating after passing through and if they somehow manage to escape anode's attraction should have a NET ENERGY GAIN OF 0.


In my simple thinking, those electrons impacting the anode, transfer their energy gained (due to the electrostatic field) as heat, radiation etc thus closing the HV circuitry. Those that indeed escaping, presumably with gainned energy, even though "they close the circuit" with the cathode they never make electrical interference with anode, so leaving anode's field magnitude undiminished to that extent.


QUESTIONS: Is this a irregularity? Can be described as those particular escpaing electrons as gaining free kinetic energy? The electric field is not so conservative field after all?




Thanks for reading my thoughts. Please try to enlighten me, with simple analogies, insights (qualitative answer) and spare from excessive equations and the like. On the other hand, conspiracists, ufologists etc your are on the wrong topic.




Thank you,
Baroutologos

ps: certainly the phenomenon looks like the gravitational accelaration due to sling shot for space shuttles, but in the sling shot case we have a mere transfer of energy.
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: lancaIV on September 16, 2017, 09:04:40 PM
probably  here you will find the first answer :
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fluorescent_lamp (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fluorescent_lamp)

https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/184899/difference-between-fusion-plasma-and-fluorescent-lamp-plasmas (https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/184899/difference-between-fusion-plasma-and-fluorescent-lamp-plasmas)

"When viewed through the conceptual lens of the Widom-Larsen theory, Mead et al.’s carefully collected Hg isotope data suggests that low energy nuclear reaction (LENR) transmutations may actually be occurring at extremely low rates in CFLs during normal operation," he said.

http://newenergytimes.com/v2/sr/WL/WLTheory.shtml (http://newenergytimes.com/v2/sr/WL/WLTheory.shtml)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Widom-Larsen_theory (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Widom-Larsen_theory)

He has found evidence of LENRs occurring in lithium-ion batteries (http://www.slideshare.net/lewisglarsen/lattice-energy-llc-field-failures-and-lenrs-in-lithiumbased-batteriesjan-23-2013), catalytic converters (http://www.slideshare.net/lewisglarsen/lattice-energy-llc-len-rs-in-catalytic-convertersjune-25-2010), and naturally in bacterial (http://www.slideshare.net/lewisglarsen/bacteria-lenrsand-isotopic-shifts-in-uraniumlarsenlattice-energy-dec-7-2010-6177275) processes and lightning (http://www.slideshare.net/lewisglarsen/audio-larsenelectroweak-neutron-production-and-capture-in-lightning-dischargesans-san-diego-nov-14-2012).

http://newenergyandfuel.com/http:/newenergyandfuel/com/2013/04/03/a-nuclear-reactor-in-every-room/ (http://newenergyandfuel.com/http:/newenergyandfuel/com/2013/04/03/a-nuclear-reactor-in-every-room/)

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffmcmahon/2013/03/14/tiny-nuclear-reactions-inside-compact-fluorescent-bulbs/#316dc7c76bd7 (https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffmcmahon/2013/03/14/tiny-nuclear-reactions-inside-compact-fluorescent-bulbs/#316dc7c76bd7)

next link "recombination" related :
http://www.jb.man.ac.uk/~jchluba/Science/Recombination_Physics.pdf (http://www.jb.man.ac.uk/~jchluba/Science/Recombination_Physics.pdf)

Sincerely
             OCWL

Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: pomodoro on September 17, 2017, 01:56:11 AM
The electrons passing past the anode do so at great velocity. If the target is close to the anode, they don't have enough time to decelerate and change trajectory, they slam into the target instead.  If you remove the target  and have enough space for them, they will turn back and eventually hit the anode.  Any electrons escaping the circuit are replaced by an earthed cable to prevent an excessive positive charge building up on the circuit. No OU as the total energy used by the circuit turns into heat at the anode or target. Even if the electrons escaped for ever at high velocity, their kinetic energy was from the power supply


I believe a user on here posted a device using the theory you describe. Unfortunately noone bothered to replicate. Check out his link.
http://overunity.com/15667/thermionic-overunity-generator-my-gift-to-the-world/msg444591/#msg444591
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: Void on September 17, 2017, 03:38:19 AM
I believe a user on here posted a device using the theory you describe. Unfortunately noone bothered to replicate. Check out his link.
http://overunity.com/15667/thermionic-overunity-generator-my-gift-to-the-world/msg444591/#msg444591

Hi pomodoro . I actually did try it using an Eimac 4-400A tube, using a setup
exactly as it was described by Arthur. I tried applying the 2000VDC to the
control grid and then the screen grid since Arthur didn't specify, but all
I was got was internal arcing in the tube with either grid, and although the internal
arcing noise eventually stopped after several tests, the voltage on either grid would
not go above about 400VDC. Not sure if that was due to continued internal arcing or
some other form of leakage or what.  I had 6,600 ohms of resistance connected to
the plate for the initial testing, and only tried removing the resistive load to compare when
the my tests were not working, so all my initial testing was done with 6,600 ohms connected
to the plate. 

I could get between 4mA to 5mA grid current with the applied grid voltage set high
enough, but the voltage on the grid still would not go above 400V (measured
on my scope) and there was only a tiny output voltage on the plate with or without the
resistive load connected. The internal arcing may have damaged my tube, not sure, and those 4-400A
power tubes are not cheap. Since the tubes are so expensive ($120 USD or higher) I won't 
buy a new 4-400A tube to try further. :) Maybe it really was just a hoax, but Arthur seemed to
know what he was talking about, so that is why I tried it. My circuit test setup was identical to the
schematic Arthur had provided. Too bad Arthur didn't stick around as I would be interested to
hear what he has to say about my failed tests. :)
All the best...



Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: baroutologos on September 17, 2017, 07:00:16 AM
Thanks ppl for your replies.
 I certainly need time to study the links.


@ Pomodoro,


you have a point. maybe. From the few things i know about CRT monitors, the electron gun and the cathode anode distance is far smaller than the path the escaping electrons travel till to hit the fluoro coating. That means they indeed escape cathodes reverse attraction.


What it might be happening is through collisions during electron acceleration interchange velocities and somehow, some fall into the anode at lesser velocity than anticipated and others to have gained their lost energy portion thus gaining far larger velocities than they should have by the field alone thus totally escaping..


Then a net total energy is the one supplied by the HV source.


... Arthur Salady huh?


Hah, i suppose many people had the same "idea".


i wish i had the workshop and time to get my hands on it.
happy times




cheers,
barou
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: baroutologos on September 18, 2017, 06:59:39 PM
Hello,


Ok without having experimenting with this concept, i believe with certainty 99% that Arthur's Salady concept cannot work.


Connecting a Vaccum Tube aplifier's the hot filament to the cathode (maybe grounded), and the grid to an High voltage Anode, thus having acceleration of the electrons through vaccum and the "collecting plate" to a load and then to the cathode, we have:


potential from Cathode to Anode = HV and
from Anode to Plate = - HV - voltage drop accross load.


Can work such thing? I mean electrons are attracted from the cathode to the ANode with the SAME magnitude and maybe less than repelled from the non-thermionic emmisive plate to the ANODE.
Does thermionic emmision would play any role?


Nevetheless it would be a cool experiment.
***

@void,

I envy you that you had the chance to have hands on experience. Still you noticed a tiny.. plate current to cathode? Interesting..
If i was about to replicate the experiment, i would have divised full current control in the HV circuitry, allowing adjustable say 0,5 - 5ma current to flow from filament to Grid. (adjustable. Controller will regulate HV potential donw to 0v say)

Grid is quite fragile and of low power dessipation. Is nothing hard actually to make, just an oscillator to a HV tranformer (rectified) and a small circuitry with sense resistor controlling duty cycle of oscillator.

Even someone can play with cathode's filament power and make observations of any current coming from plate.
***

Generaly the Tetrode 4-400A is a medium to High power valve with the technology of the space screen to anhance and extend the electrons cloud from thermionic emmision.
If the simple core of the effect works, it should be found (even feebler) in Triodes too,i.e. plain filament cathode, grid, anode.

It is not necessary to spend a fortunate to have some on hands experience. just you need the right controlling input circuitry to investigate if there is any effect at all.

***

cheers,
Barou


ps: cool experimenting but does not answer the fundamental question. where the energy should come from?
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: Void on September 18, 2017, 10:24:26 PM
Hi baroutologos. I was able to regulate the HV DC supply from a few hundred volts
up to several thousand volts DC by varying its supply voltage, but only saw a
small voltage on the plate across the load resistors even with the HV set to produce
close to 5 mA grid current.
All the best...

Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: baroutologos on September 18, 2017, 10:49:29 PM
Hi baroutologos. I was able to regulate the HV DC supply from a few hundred volts
up to several thousand volts DC by varying its supply voltage, but only saw a
small voltage on the plate across the load resistors even with the HV set to produce
close to 5 mA grid current.
All the best...


Thank you Void for the reply.


Why that small voltage happened? Maybe from plate to grid direct electron cold cathode emission rather than "traveling electrons from anode hiting the plate" ?
What magnitude the current had about? mA? uA? nA? ANy idea about the potential? logically the same or less as th HV applied.


Any idea about the polarity in respect to heated cathode?


Sorry for my wording diarrea, but cant help it.


cheers,
Barou
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: Void on September 18, 2017, 11:41:41 PM
Hi baroutologos. I think when I first hooked things up, the plate voltage
went up to around +200VDC with the 6,600 ohms (nominal) connected to the plate, but there
were arcing sounds coming from inside the tube, and I think after that the plate
voltage would not go above about +40VDC or so, no matter how I adjusted the grid voltage.

Maybe my tube was damaged from the arcing. At around 200VDC, that would be a plate/load current
of about 30mA, and at around 40VDC that would be a plate/load current of about 6mA. So maybe it
did work as Arthur described to a small extent, but I think the internal arcing or another leakage issue
with the grid was  not allowing the grid voltage to climb above 400V or so, at least in my tests. It may
have been an issue with the tube I have, although the tube was brand new and I think Eimac is a decent
quality tube brand. 

Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: baroutologos on September 19, 2017, 01:03:19 AM
Thank you Void, again, for your practical insights.


***
Actually, in my way of understanding, since the plate had always positive voltage (even in small currents) means that the Principle of Arthur is not existant.
I would be far more intrigued if the plate had a negative voltage (in repsect to cathode)


Positive voltage means lack of electrons than migrated from the cold cathodic plate to the HV anodic grid. So, the circuits closes as


majority of electron current rushes from hot filament Cathode --> HV Positive Grid
minor electron current goes from cold Plate -> HV Positive Grid


if it were to accelarate the electrons of thermionic emmission from Hot cathodic filament to anodic grid and by gaining velocity missing the grid and hitting the plate, by default the plate would have been more NEGATIVE in respect to cathode and circuit's ground. The experimental opposite find (i.e. a more positive plate) means everything goes as expected to go.


Thanks,
Barou
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: Void on September 19, 2017, 03:13:40 AM
and yet, somehow the plate voltage was measuring as positive with a resistive load attached,
even though no voltage was applied to the plate...
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: lancaIV on September 19, 2017, 04:16:27 AM
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Viewed from one aspect, the invention provides a method of producing electrical discharges, such  as for electrical discharge lamps, in which d.c. or a.c. voltage is applied to two spaced discharge electrodes located in an ionisable medium, and electrically positively charged and electrically negatively charged particles are produced in this medium, characterised in that, in the region of one discharge electrode, both discharge electrodes or a plurality of discharge electrodes, monopolar columns or layers which comprise charged particles and are separated from one another and shorten the discharge distance between the discharge electrodes are formed as a result of an electrical voltage between the discharge electrodes separated by a dielectric, so that the electrical discharge takes place partially between the columns or layers and adjacent columns or layers, or between adjacent columns or layers and discharge electrodes.

The classical electrical capacitor in its simplest form consists of two metal plates which are arranged parallel to each other and are insulated by the dielectric, and on which the opposite electrical charges (+ and -) collect.

This classical capacitor and the present invention differ in the following respect:


instead of the metal plates, ionised gas plasma constitutes at least one of the capacitor plates.


    A classical dielectric is located between such plasma capacitor plates. The electrical discharge then takes place between these plasma capacitor plates.
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Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: baroutologos on September 19, 2017, 05:03:10 AM
and yet, somehow the plate voltage was measuring as positive with a resistive load attached,
even though no voltage was applied to the plate...




Exactly, this makes perfectly sense. The circuitry is closed inside the tetrode with electrons flowing from cold plate to HV grid, thus showing a positive voltage across the resistive load.


In other words, yes no voltage was applied to plate, but it was applied to grid, and due to vicinity with the palte circuit is closed thus making a voltage drop accross resistor.


i do not know... its pretty obvious to me.


cheers and much thanks
Barou
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: lancaIV on September 19, 2017, 07:03:50 AM
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Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: Turbo on September 19, 2017, 09:59:36 AM
Dear baroutologos,

Please understand that it is not the kinetic energy, or free traveling electrons.
The so called 'ultor' will be the final anode that has the high voltage charge that is acting upon the electrons until they hit their target.
Think of this like modern powder coating where the target is given a high voltage charge to attract the powder particles.
Because it seems to me that you are thinking that the electrons are 'sprayed' onto the target screen whilst they are actually 'pulled' towards it.
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: baroutologos on September 19, 2017, 04:18:52 PM
Thank you Turbo for getting into trouble to enlighten me.


Actually i yesterday read about it, and this answered my initial question of how the electrons are escaping in a CRT the anode and hit the phosphor. Actually as you said, and CRT has its  phospor end tube connected to HV source so electrons are easily travel till there.


Thanks
***


One small explanation needed on Crookes tube. Why it works like that?


The metal cross image and the like.


In the beggining i can understand electrons hitting the cross and tube walls, but after a while since metal cross and tube walls reach a negative potential equal at least that of cathode, electrons should be deflected from cross (giving a blurry wall image?) and tube collisions should be minimum.


Unless the glass of the Crookes tube behaves as a feeble conductor and keeps a constant more positive than cathode's potential to all its distant from cathode places, cross included.


Thank you,
Barou
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: Turbo on September 19, 2017, 09:25:24 PM
There exists a certain threshold which is different or depends on the evacuation strength of the glass bulb.
In the Crookes tube, they deliberately use a residue gas in the bulb for collision/emission purposes.
But not important for now, what is important is that this threshold, for normal radio/tv tubes exists at 25.000 or 25 Kilovolt.
If the voltage on the tube exceeds this threshold the tube will start to radiate X-Rays.
You can find some videos of this on youtube.
Unlike your previous example with the CRT tube, where the electrons are pulled forward, in this X-Ray example the electrons DO have gained enough kinetic energy to travel freely.
They behave more like light or photons in this respect.
So you can see the shadow of the cross just as you would shine a light on it.
These high energetic particles have the ability to cause the phenomenon of secondary emission upon impact.
The Multipactor is most famous in utilizing this effect.
I believe this effect is also at work in a Fusor, and in the PAGD.
Maybe you will find some new leads there.
 
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: baroutologos on September 20, 2017, 06:05:35 AM
There exists a certain threshold which is different or depends on the evacuation strength of the glass bulb....
Unlike your previous example with the CRT tube, where the electrons are pulled forward, in this X-Ray example the electrons DO have gained enough kinetic energy to travel freely.
They behave more like light or photons in this respect.
So you can see the shadow of the cross just as you would shine a light on it....



Interesting! In other words, after a point of accelaration, electrons are losing their particle attraction/repulsion behaviour from electric fields and go straight no matterwhat like light?
Even if they go straight to a cathodic plate?


barou

Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: Turbo on September 20, 2017, 12:14:23 PM

Interesting! In other words, after a point of accelaration, electrons are losing their particle attraction/repulsion behaviour from electric fields and go straight no matterwhat like light?
Even if they go straight to a cathodic plate?


barou



Not only do they go straight their kinetic energy is so high that they can go straight through and penetrate their target, which is why we are able to take X-Rays.
If you ever decide to experiment in this area make sure to shield yourself from these rays.
In the past i have done experiments and the day after my eyes would hurt, exactly the same as what they call 'welders eyes'  when you stare in the spark of welding for too long.
It simply burns the retina.
And its not without danger, these high energetic particles can knock electrons out of their orbit upon collision.
As you know the human body is also made up of atoms and molecules and so when this happens, cell communication is disrupted, and the cells do not know how to behave anymore, and they start to grow in an uncontrolled manner, resulting in tumors, cancer.
You can also see this in the Chernobyl aftermath, the body deformations, birth defects and etc. the radiation overdose caused all of this.
So it's not to be taken lightly.
There is a difference between ingesting a radioactive substance and exposing yourself to external radiation, but these words are just to illustrate the dangers involved.
I still believe that there are secrets to be found in this area.
When you radiate for example a solar panel or even an array of diodes they put out a DC voltage, which can be loaded.
But more interesting seems to be the photo electric effect these rays have directly on metals, by causing secondary emission you can change the charge on the metal, and nature will re-balance this charge which could mean that this mechanism may be used to interact with the wheelwork of nature or the earth's electric field, and there is also many times a radioactive element in many setups you come across be it the Hubbard transformer that was said to be coated with radium paint, or the Moray valve that seemed to have some radioactive salt or crystal in one of it's tubes.
Moray used to hang large cables over a lake, what if you would rise or sink the charge on this cable way above or below the earth's natural electric potential?
Would energy flow? and from where from and to?
There is many information missing or lost so we can only look at it and try to figure out what was going on.

Anyway if you want a real good visualization of these ray's you can see it in a so called cloud chamber: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiscokCGOhs (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZiscokCGOhs)
And most people know the sound of the geiger counter clicks, but this is not what radiation sounds like this is only the click of the ionizing moment, in reality these rays slow down in speed over distance so it should sound more like this:
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: citfta on September 20, 2017, 12:54:30 PM
As Turbo has said the electron beam can reach very high velocity and energy when in a vacuum.  This is the principle behind the electron beam welder.  If you are not familiar with this device here is a link to some information about them.  I used to work on them before I retired.  They make an absolutely clean weld.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electron-beam_welding

This article also explains that the beam can be focused to a very sharp point for precise welding.  This focusing is also necessary to project the moving images onto the front of the CRT.

Carroll
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: lancaIV on September 20, 2017, 01:33:42 PM
electric beam welding (EDM) and electric beam writer for lithographic mask(s) :
https://worldwide.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/biblio?FT=D&date=19931207&DB=EPODOC&locale=en_EP&CC=US&NR=5268258A&KC=A&ND=4
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: citfta on September 20, 2017, 02:39:56 PM
EDM has nothing to do with electron beam welding. It is just the opposite.  EDM removes metal by burning it away with an electric arc.  It allows a machinist to cut irregular shaped holes in metal.  Here is a link to some more info about it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrical_discharge_machining
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: lancaIV on September 20, 2017, 02:52:41 PM
theoretically you are right, in practizising your meaning is wrong in our 2017 refurbish industrial enviroment :
taking(f.e. erosion parts) or giving(friction losts) matter

analog 3D-mill prototyping(taking matter) / 3D-printing(giving matter)

Sincerely
             OCWL

p.s.: how old is the delivered information source ?
       is the informant technically/physics potential  "up to date" ?
                  TECHNICAL STANDART SEPTEMBER 2017 (p.C.n.,cristian calendarium)
         
                         SOFTWARE works physically : how ? virtual enviroment
                         Smaller than this letters:

                         autonomous Nano-/Piezo-Machinery (MEMS)
                         Refurbish Center in a matchbox
                           
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: Turbo on September 21, 2017, 04:45:31 PM
Well guy's time is rather meaningless.

If the concept is valid it worked in 200 BC and will still work today.
There is no expiry date, but a critical set of elements that all have to be just right to invite the energy in.

Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: baroutologos on September 23, 2017, 04:47:55 AM
Thank you turbo for the plethora of insights you presented to me..


Fusor... i am mesmerized!
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: Turbo on September 23, 2017, 04:07:13 PM
It's also called the Farnsworth Fusor, invented by the man that also invented television.
So many of these things go hand in hand.
I did do a deep study on it long time ago and if it's amazing, or important enough i guess you never forget it.

Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: baroutologos on September 26, 2017, 05:21:58 AM
Back to the initial case...


Vaccum electron accelaration by grid... and then applying magnetic field to restrict electrons returning back to anodic grid..
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gridded_ion_thruster


just saying
Title: Re: Cathodic ray Emmisions. i need a plain expanation to a plain question.
Post by: Turbo on September 28, 2017, 09:42:16 AM
Well the vacuum is there to lower the amount of collisions along the way.
This lowers the energy needed to reach a certain distance, and improves transconductance.
You could perfectly do it in open atmosphere but you will need so much more driving power that the setup will get red hot and probably melt under your eyes.
I am however unsure what is your primary direction...
What are you trying to do ?