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Original poster: "davep by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <davep-at-quik-dot-com>
>>>Charged particles can be manupilated by electromagnets,
>>>and accoustic resonance.
>> In general, charged particles are confined to a vacuum.
>> Acoustics are a bit iffy in a vacuum.
> You are correct, sound depends on a medium to transmitt it. It
> is true that charged particles can be manipulated after
> leaveing the vacuum, by acoustice wave resonance.
What is 'acoustice wave resonance'?
How is it used to manipulate charged particles?
In general the lifetime of charged particles, outside
a vacuum is measured in fractions (small) of a second.
> The Tesla coil is an air core resonance transformer.
Tesla built some with iron and steel cores.
> If you want them to move inside a vacuum, you would have to use
> eletrostatic repulsion, or magnetism.