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  1. Can you kept adding more gas and it will get compressed along the way.
  2. Based on the video below a turn of 100 coils of copper wire is used to compress the conductive plasma at 50 amps. What would be the initial and final volume of the gas?
  3. It is like a leap of faith @@ Appreciate it, that seems like a fission, fusion realm to me
  4. Well alright, it appears in my computer so it is mine, just saying.
  5. Well I was kdding(non offensively). The real answer is I am trying to find an algorithm to get the amount of energy I need. If this answer is of importance to you @@? Yes but stars has pressure in their formation. I want to pressurize my plasma so it becomes dense.
  6. Something like star formation, the factor I need to add in is pressure. I was kidding, man you are too serious = =.
  7. Space jumping >.<. Is it possible to increase air pressure in a confined magnetic field?
  8. I am not sure I found it on Google when checking if plasma is paramagnetic @@, below quote from Wikipedia shows that plasma could be controlled by a magnetic field though. Magnetic confinement When heated to fusion temperatures, the electrons in atoms disassociate, resulting in a fluid of nuclei and electrons known as a plasma. Unlike electrically neutral atoms, a plasma is electrically conductive, and can, therefore, be manipulated by electrical or magnetic fields.[16]
  9. It is not in the paper, I am looking into plasma fusion reactor like Tokamak. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokamak Thought this can be applied to Argon plasma with magnetic confinement, just not the fusion part. Noted above
  10. I guess we need to contain it in a magnetic field coils. Argon gas is not paramagnetic but plasma is paramagnetic.
  11. Silly Strange always hiding something :D, I found the full article with a schematic of the experimental setup. Though they did not mention the material used for the chamber. http://epsppd.epfl.ch/Praha/WEB/98ICPP_W/C019PR.PDF
  12. Thanks for the calculation, appreciate it. You are missing three zeros, it is actually 10^13 joules. Conversion from KJ net three zeros.
  13. My fault, it is over meter cube as I checked just now. This is from an article. https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1143/JJAP.38.3712/pdf?fbclid=IwAR0DqxsXt7ZqCLMHI_Rxopgn2iujRPBLWk4w7PAu73uEjO8YPKTrbdR3B1Q This is on 150atm(150 times atmospheric pressure), which get 10^27 electrons per meter cube. Although I am yet to find an energy equation for plasma. Do I assume 1 ev for each electron, kindly give me an answer @@ thanks, (1 eV = 1.6 x 10-19 Joules)
  14. Introduction: As you know, Argon gas is an insulator used in the light bulb, but when it is given enough current it creates a chain reaction on the gas molecules and turns into Argon plasma like those inert gas globe shown below. This post is about theorizing the amount of energy/electron density you can generate from Argon gas. Observation: So I took a look at ICP listed below. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inductively_coupled_plasma It generates an electron density of 10^15 electrons per cm^3 using electromagnetic inductive process, but that is not enough energy for me, I am looking for 10^31 electrons per cm^3. To achieve this I will have to first compress the Argon gas to some multiples of the atmospheric pressure, I am thinking 5 atm. But I will need a container to do this, I am looking for a really strong type of glass that would withstand the pressure and the thermal energy that would be generated in this medium some 1 million kelvin. But at 5 atm it is just (10^15) * 5, it is not anywhere close to 10^31, and I am not even sure if you can light up the Argon plasma at this pressure. I am thinking of beaming a laser at this Argon gas pressurized in a glass medium and hopefully it would achieve the result of 10^31 electrons per cm^3. Like what Iron Man did here. If you are thinking of plasma fusion it generates an order of 10^21 electrons per meter^3, much less than the desire results. Although it is much more easily controlled through a magnetic field. So my question is. 1. How do you generate a 10^31 electrons per cm^3 of electron density from Argon gas? Let me know at what pressure(atm) and the way to light the plasma gas uniformly(wire spark vs laser). 2. What type of material could withstand the heat and pressure generated from 10^31 electrons per cm^3 density of Argon gas?
  15. Seriously? 63 views on Time Machine?
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