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Adriank:

One way Stan restricted current was by the surface area of the electrodes. This video demonstrates that reducing surface area while maintaining the same water gap increases the total circuit resistance.

In previous videos I explained how to measure the resistance of water, and showed where Stan stated he used the water's resistance to restrict current.

More to come

Ks:
Its interesting to know that larger surface area requires larger spacing for the same resistance ?

Adriank:
Yes.

This also means that higher voltages need a smaller surface area.

Ks:

--- Quote from: Adriank on March 28, 2019, 05:02:30 am ---Yes.

This also means that higher voltages need a smaller surface area.

--- End quote ---

I gather youre not working with a 3rd electrode of any kind?

Adriank:
A third electrode is not needed in Stan's system IMO...

Are you talking about the Farnsworth system?

From what I read Farnsworth used a variable capacitance to tune his circuit. In Stan's VIC the cell itself is a variable capacitor that you tune to.

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