Misc. Diy - plasma

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ive been bored so i was lookin for experiments to do for summer break and i came across one on making making and containing plasma... looks fun... but my question is, will i die or something? and what are some of the dangers besides the heat from thee stuff in the microwave...

heres a link to it
http://jnaudin.free.fr/html/oa_plasmoid.htm
 

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Why can't you just play with a fluorescent light bulb?

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lol wheres the fun in that... but do you know what the dangers may be of this experiment?
 
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someone said they made a carrot plasma in their microwave
 
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No2 and NO is not very good for health, take this into account.
 

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If you go to Powerlabs, you can find out how to make plasma globes, among other things. All necessary safety precautions are detailed as well.
 
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hey thanks for all your help guys... ill keep my distance from the microwave if i try it some time soon
 

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ZapperZ said:
Why can't you just play with a fluorescent light bulb?

Welding is much more fun!
 
I want to make ball lighting you can make that in your microwave, but what im gona do is do it out side and run a extention lead so you can be a safe distance, then only have it going for a few seconds.. oh yeh and probily use a old microwave and also put a cd in it, make's the cd turn all awsum
 

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