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Plasma with Graphite Electrode
posted April 21 2010 16:53.20

Necrovex7 shows plasma production using the graphite from a pencil some alu cans and of course some electricity, about 4kV. Sweet and simple. :)

Tags: crazy hack   diy   plasma   

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