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Author Topic: Does the magnoflux spin effect cause ions to spin in a magnetic field?  (Read 1415 times)

Offline acsinuk

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The magnoflux spin effect is a new physics explanation of how a magnetic field will spin if activated by a voltage at right angles to that field. In classical physics the ions would be attracted straight toward the anode or cathode but the magnoflux spin effect as demonstrated in the salt water cell shows that the deflection is accompanied by an extra un-accounted for spin.
Watch the effect here:


 

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Thanks for posting the video....
It looks to me like a DC electric motor, with the current flowing through a liquid instead of a wire?

 

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... It looks to me like a DC electric motor, with the current flowing through a liquid instead of a wire?

Similar to Faraday's Homopolar motor ...
 

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Yes, both of your videos show the magnoflux spin effect very well.  The problem is that the maths cannot accurately explain the 3D spin
 

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