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Re: Geissler and/or Neon Tube in Microwave Oven?

Original poster: G Hunter <dogbrain_39560@xxxxxxxxx>

An old method for testing a microwave oven is to place
a conventional lightbulb base-down in a cup of
water--just so the metal base is immersed.  Stick the
bulb & cup in the oven and fire it up on "high". A
frosted bulb will give a nice blue or lavender glow.
A clear glass bulb reveals spark-like discharges
around the filament along with the bluish glow. This
is due to the rarefied inert gas (probably argon)
filling in tungsten lamps.  I'm confident a Geissler
or neon tube will glow like a champ.



--- Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Original poster: "Tedd Payne" <teddp2@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> I'd like to know from multiple people who have
> actually done it, what
> all happens, maybe it simply lights up?
> Enquiring minds want to know!
> Thanks
> Tedd

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