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Manual voltage multiplier [Science]
posted October 23 2013 11:06.10 by spic0m




This is 15 times manual voltage multiplier.
You can generate more than 30 kV using only one electric fly swatter.
This clip shows Franklin's bell experiment and Volta's hailstorm experiment.


[Link: Thomas Kim]
 
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