Re: dielectric material
I found using 3 to 4 layers of PETE works well for insulating the
secondary from flashover. I just use 2 or 3liter bottles. I cut the
ends off then slice in half and secure with tape. As far as the
bismuth being a metal I don't think I would like to see a cap soaked
in pepto bismaul anymore. Maybe jello tho :)
> Bismuth is not a good choice as a dielectric. It is a low melting
> metal and conducts electricity.
> If you just need to insulate against high voltage flash over, or
> puncture, glazed ceramic or glass are good choices.