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Re: Streamer colour
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- Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2005 17:40:46 -0700
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Original poster: "Dr. Resonance" <resonance@xxxxxxxxxx>
At Wendover, it was a SF6 gap but it formed acids that attacked the
construction materials. Nitrate problems with H2O formed HNO3 --- nitric
> I think I remember seeing a picture of the quench gap in the ITS Symposia
> Proceedings. It's either 88 or 90. They also had a SF6 rotory besides
> car. That gap might even have allowed 3 phase operation.
> David E Weiss
> >Original poster: FIFTYGUY@xxxxxxx
> >In a message dated 3/28/05 2:14:04 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> >tesla@xxxxxxxxxx writes:
> >The data at:
> >Is the first "real" data I have seen about Bob Golka's coil!!
> > Has the "secret" quench gap indicated on the Golka's spec sheet
> > become "declassified" yet?
> > And if I read Richard Hull's "Guide to the CSN" correctly, there's
> > little information on the gap that Tesla used at Colorado Springs?
> >-Phil LaBudde