Re: dielectric material
Tesla List wrote:
> Original Poster: "Choad" <choad69-at-geocities-dot-com>
> I don't know about the dielectric properties of it, but they use it
> in stomach medicen like pepto bismual. It's be interisting to see a
> cap soaked in that :)
> > Original Poster: "gimpieLAPTOP" <gimpie-at-tsa-dot-net>
> > A question please. What is the dielectric material with the
> > rating? Would that be Bismuth?
> > a newbie to coiling.
> > gimpie
Bismuth is an electrical conductor (metal) so dielectric constant has no
meaning in connection with it.