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Offline Bentherdonthat

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I know a zircon well repel itself if a electric charge there is another metal I forgot but when place against any other type of metal and if a electric charge is applied that it well shoot out away from the other metal like a bullet.


 

lyner

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What metal repels itself when a electric charge is applied?
« Reply #1 on: 13/10/2007 23:41:57 »
What are you saying?
Like charges repel - no argument.
Are you saying that zircon is always charged?
Sounds a bit like science fiction from somewhere..
Coulomb forces are standard and confirmed Science.
 

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What metal repels itself when a electric charge is applied?
« Reply #2 on: 14/10/2007 15:45:35 »
Has anyone understood any of Bentherdonthat's posts?
 

lyner

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What metal repels itself when a electric charge is applied?
« Reply #3 on: 14/10/2007 23:10:45 »
This one beats me.
 

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