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Gang,
Note that this is not a new discovery (but cool nonetheless). See for a
brief intro:
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Cheers,
Greg M.
-----------------------------------
Gregory Mulhollan, Ph.D.
saxeT surface science
1001 S. Sunset Canyon Drive
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
(512)858-2841
mulhollan@saxetsurfacescience.com
www.saxetsurfacescience.com

On Friday, September 26, 2003, at 07:25 PM, William Beaty wrote:

On Fri, 26 Sep 2003, Martin Simon wrote:
Good thinking Paul. I'll buy that explanation unless someone comes
up with a better one. The flame bubble is relatively diamagnetic
compared
to the surrounding air.

If I try this with a non-turbulent argon stream (or N2 or O2 stream),
what
would be a good marker substance? Break open a july 4th smoke bomb? I
bet that stuff doesn't need O2.

Hmmm. What about a stream of extremely hot air from a nichrome wire?
The density might be low enough to make a difference. This gives me an
excuse to try the Schelerein trick with a superbright LED, telescope
mirror, and a little video camera.


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Gang,

Note that this is not a new discovery (but cool nonetheless). See for
a brief intro:

<<1A1A,1A1A,FFFFhttp://microgravity.grc.nasa.gov/fcarchive/combustion/papers/Calvert/An_Analytical_Model.

htm>

Cheers,

Greg M.

-----------------------------------

Gregory Mulhollan, Ph.D.

saxeT surface science

1001 S. Sunset Canyon Drive

Dripping Springs, TX 78620

(512)858-2841

mulhollan@saxetsurfacescience.com

www.saxetsurfacescience.com


On Friday, September 26, 2003, at 07:25 PM, William Beaty wrote:


0000,0000,DEDEOn Fri, 26 Sep 2003, Martin Simon
wrote:

0000,6363,1212Good thinking Paul. I'll
buy that explanation unless someone comes

up with a better one. The flame bubble is relatively diamagnetic
compared

to the surrounding air.

0000,0000,DEDE

If I try this with a non-turbulent argon stream (or N2 or O2 stream),
what

would be a good marker substance? Break open a july 4th smoke bomb? I

bet that stuff doesn't need O2.


Hmmm. What about a stream of extremely hot air from a nichrome wire?

The density might be low enough to make a difference. This gives me an

excuse to try the Schelerein trick with a superbright LED, telescope

mirror, and a little video camera.



(((((((((((((((((( ( ( ( ( (O) ) ) ) ) )))))))))))))))))))

William J. Beaty SCIENCE HOBBYIST website

billb@eskimo.com
1A1A,1A1A,FFFFhttp://amasci.com0000,0000,DEDE

EE/programmer/sci-exhibits amateur science, hobby projects, sci fair

Seattle, WA 206-789-0775 unusual phenomena, tesla coils, weird sci






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