Hello, I have a question concerning electromagnet coils and static electricity. If one were to generate a static charge and store it up some how (like in a Leyden jar or something), and that charge was then dumped over a small electromagnet, would there be enough energy to provide a small electromagnetic pulse from that coil? I know I am probably not providing enough information here but my idea is to use two spinning disks spinning close together to build up a static charge and store it into a Leyden jar. Then I want to use that charge to momentarily pulse a small coil, which in turn would repel a small magnet hanging from a string. Do electromagnet coils need a high wattage in order to produce a good powerful spark, or would a high voltage at low amps be sufficient? Also, what kind of wire would be appropriate for something like this?