Subject: Why is pressurized air a better electrical insulator than air at
Date: Tue Dec 14 09:02:54 1999
Posted by Jeff Meyer
Grade level: undergrad
School: Ft. Wayne Fire Department
City: Ft. Wayne State/Province: IN
Area of science: Physics
atmospheric pressure? I have read that pressurized air was used in some
Van de Graaf generators to prevent discharges at high voltages. Thanks! J.
Re: Why is pressurized air a better electrical insulator than air at
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