Subject: Any information on kinetic gas theory - as relevant to spark plugs??
Date: Thu Mar 9 10:09:09 2000
Posted by Heather Covey
Grade level: undergrad
School: King's School, Ely
City: Ely State/Province: Cambs
Area of science: Physics
I'm doing a project to investigate the factors affecting the sparking
voltage of a spark plug (namely, distance between the electrodes, and the
air pressure) However, I am having problems understanding the ionisation
theory of gases and how it is relating to my project....please help if you
Re: Any information on kinetic gas theory - as relevant to spark plugs??
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