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the general way it works is this: transistor one (Q1) is turned on by capacitor one(c1), allowing a current to flow through Q1 and charge c2. As this happens, c1 eventually runs out of charge. This means that c1 outputs no current while c2 outputs current. This means that c2 now powers q2 opening it to charge c1 whilst discharging c2.Sorry the answer is a bit late but even of it isn't relevant to you it may help someone else with the same question.
This type of torch should produce 5000-6000 F
this is an hho
And that's why we're using it. If you burn it in small quantities the BANG is replaced by a hot flame.
What is the purpose of the bubbler? could I exclude it?
why is a bubbler needed?
tin cans, like tin foil, aren't usually tin.
the small cube in a cube is used for some 2-d renderings.turn your model around a bit and if you find the correct angle to look at it thats what you will see.
no it wont be anything because we live in a 3 d world. there is no real 4th dimension(as you are reffering to it)
Its their choice to be stupid.
Thanks for explaining.
wait, could i use an electromagnetic oscillator for this?
will 9 volts in a series wotk on your schematic?
I just discovered that it was galvanized steel and that's why it seemed to char. However, the power source was 4 9-volts in a series and it did melt aluminum.
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