Re: generating negative air ions

TV big picture can generate negative air ions. You just turn on your TV all night long. It works.

I would like to make a generator of negative air ions. I know how to make
high voltage power supply but I need to know more about what happens at


emitter. How do I avoid also generating ozone? Is there some optimal > voltage for this? I understand that the emitter should have as sharp an > edge as possible and that it is liable to oxidation. > > >
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Huh, no one mentioned making a waterfall in the house!?

This must be a sensible group?


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I read in that RayL wrote (in ) about 'generating negative air ions', on Thu, 10 Feb 2005:

Which one?

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Angel Falls?? :-))


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