Fusor Grid from the ball in the center of a Plasma Ball

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Fusor Grid from the ball in the center of a Plasma Ball

Post by Jack Wilson » Mon Oct 26, 2020 4:21 pm

Hello,

So I have a Plasma Ball and the circuits work and all but the gas in it diffused out of the container, so my question is if I could use that center and apply it, with some modifications, as a fusor grid and fuse deuterium in it.

Thanks in advance,
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Re: Fusor Grid from the ball in the center of a Plasma Ball

Post by John Futter » Mon Oct 26, 2020 6:11 pm

Jack
It might help if you followed the rules
1./ please amend your name from Jack W to Jack Wilson
2./ Your first post should have been in the "please introduce Yourself Forum"

Your question above should have been asked in the "new user chat area"

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Re: Fusor Grid from the ball in the center of a Plasma Ball

Post by Richard Hull » Mon Oct 26, 2020 10:11 pm

John is correct, as always. I hate to ignore the question, however. As posted, and trying my best to interpret just what is asked in some detail, I can't answer what the verbiage struggled to convey in the question.
If Jack can repost his question in a detailed manner so that those of us who know fusion can give him an answer in the new user chat area, we look forward to answering his question.

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Re: Fusor Grid from the ball in the center of a Plasma Ball

Post by Dennis P Brown » Mon Oct 26, 2020 11:19 pm

Besides following forum rules, do realize we have to figure out what is being asked. As such, details are everything; don't assume we understand terms unless defined. Plasma questions can be extra tough without details.

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Re: Fusor Grid from the ball in the center of a Plasma Ball

Post by Jack Wilson » Tue Oct 27, 2020 2:08 am

My bad, I was in a rush back then and after reading I realized how bad was the question formulated, I shall follow the instructions and also ask in the other forum.

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Jack Wilson

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