Ever wonder what happens when a noble gas meets electricity? This video should answer that question. Why does this happen? Well, all noble gases conduct electricity and light up when a current runs through them. They are odorless, colorless and monatomic (exist as individual atoms) and due to its relative inertness, neon does not form any known stable compounds in nature. Read more for the clip and additional information.
Just like other noble gases, neon – discovered by chemists William Ramsay of Scotland and Morris Travers of England discovered in 1898 – is odorless and colorless, but under certain laboratory conditions, it can form a compound with fluorine. Besides that special circumstance, neon is nonreactive, according to the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Laboratory.
- TOUCHABLE----Since it’s mini-sized, it produces very low level of current, you could easily touch it and not feel a thing.
- EASY OPERATION----No Manual needed at all. PLUG and PLAY! No grounding needed.
- PIONEERING----We use our enhanced original design, only one resonant capacitor installed and MCU smart controller. Coils are compactly CNC assembled, and insulation layer filmed, which prevents high voltage breakdown.
- ENDLESS FUN---It produces beautiful artificial lightning glowing in the dark when in full black environment can easily light up strobotrons, florescent lamps and glow lamps.
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