We measure the ''impedance'' of positive choke coil 56 and our cell . Can the ''impedance'' of these 2 seperate components ever be matched ?

Yes, because the impedances are dependant on the frequency of voltage the circuit is pulsed with.

As Meyer states, the impedance of a coil is XL, while the impedance of a capacitor is -XC, this is due to the complex numbers.

XL = jwL = j 2*pi*f*L

XC = 1/jwC = 1/j 2*pi*f*C ) = - j/wC

the whole resistance of a RLC series circuit is: Z = R

ohm + XC + XL = R

ohm + j (wL - 1/wC)

|XC| and |XL| match at the resonant frequency of the circuit where the resistance is lowest, therefore power consumption is the highest, voltages at coil and cap are 180° out of phase and the voltage at both parts is the highest.

the grade of voltage amplification is determined by Q = Uc / U where Uc is the voltage at coil/capacitor and U the voltage which is put in.

Q is: (http://upload.wikimedia.org/math/0/7/e/07e52d56b2b580c4acb409744f69142e.png), as you see it's ~ 1/R. The thing with stainless steel wire is that because of it's massive resistance the quality of the circuit is extremely low and thus the voltage amplification.