Good day everyone! n00bie here. I did do a search before I posted this... found a lot of info, most of which I couldn't apply to what I am doing (because I wouldn't know how). I have something that I am working on that creates an electric field to alter certain chemical compounds. The distance between the two electrodes is around 1.5". I am trying to measure, or at least, get an idea, of what the field strength is inside the electric field (IE: how many v/cm). I don't need an exact measurement, just need to confirm that I am at or above a certain point. Someone suggested a method using small neon bulbs (I think he said neon). He suggested two wires that would then be placed inside the field. Along with a few other things he would add to this 'meter', would allow the bulb to glow if the field was at a certain strength. Any ideas on how I can measure the voltage inside this field? Thanks!