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VEGA - Cathode spots
Forcing the appearance of double layers
This experiment was carried out by researcher ‘DAVE’ who commented as follows:
“The clip was taken immediately after introduction of some toluene vapour into the chamber. The anode was a threaded brass ball ~.5" dia, cathode is mild steel walls of the chamber. The double layers forming can be seen at the end, I was only able to create these double layers with the introduction of organic compound vapors so far with my experiments.”
In this video, we can clearly see the appearance of cathode spots. At the end of the video, around the 14s mark there are two similar black spots created on the wall of the reactor as can be seen in the previously published ‘EVO Blaster?’ video.
Notably in this case however, there is no flash observed and the marks do not dissipate, which maybe due to the addition of the organic compound.
As with HENK, we are helping DAVE with safety, including potential SR/EVO issues, material choices, processing etc. DAVE also wishes for his work to be open.