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Re: Ammonia spark gap ?

Original poster: "bob golding by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <yubba-at-clara-dot-net>

    If you type in "mcMaster Carr" in google then g10 in "search" you will
find more than you ever wanted to know about G10. Oh by the way it is a
glass epoxy laminate. My rotary has a g10 rotor so you will see it in action
at Corby.

bob golding
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Sent: Saturday, May 19, 2001 5:25 PM
Subject: Re: Ammonia spark gap ?

> Original poster: "Jason Petrou by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>"
> Duncan,
> > Yep.  That's the point.  To make ammonia takes hydrogen, nitrogen,
> > heat (a few hundred C) and high pressure (a few hundred atm) plus a
> > fast flow rate to whip the ammonia out to somewhere cool before it has
> > time to decompose.
> Dont they dissolve it in water then distil it? not sure...
> > If you do it the other way round, ammonia, low
> > pressure (1 atm) high temperature (spark, thousands of C) no flow
> > rate, then the ammonia will fall apart and give nitrogen and hydrogen
> > :-)  The **reverse** of the Haber process.
> If anyone has an old vaccum SG ro a little xray tube i'd like to fill it
> with ammonia and give it a whirl... might be interesting!
> > >I still think the best bet is an RSG though (IMHO :))
> >
> > Or a triggered gap.  Marc has done some excellent stuff with his
> >  http://www.fortunecity-dot-com/meltingpot/syria/1210/id40.htm ) and it
> > looks like it may be cheap and easy to build if you're not into
> > machining G10 composite or modifying motors.
> What is G10? Ive seen a lot about G10 and G11... are they some king of
> alloy?
> Jason