Fun with Plasma Tubes!

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We cover step by step the equipment and techniques for producing multi-colored, glowing plasmas at home. I focus on low cost, safety and easy assembly.

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  • Ziggy Stardog
    Ziggy Stardogปีที่แล้ว

    His confidence in fusion being available in 5 years leads me to believe he’s building a tokamak in the next room.

  • Norman Reitzel

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    Silly, he's building a stellerator.

  • Valhalla Gaming

    Valhalla Gaming

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    @SolarWebsite You're clearly confused in thinking that on large scale " green renewable energy" is an efficient power source.. Used as back up and reserve energy its fine.. Used on small scale house by house basis its Ok.. powering whole countries.. Nada.. Highly unreliable i.e Wind doesn't blow all day, sun doesn't shine everyday or every where.. Rolling blackouts are the norm and extremely high energy costs.. for those few idiots that have tried to use it on scale.. I/e California, and last winter in Texas.. theres failed. No no no.. The best power source would surely be Nuclear.. its clean and highly efficient.. but fusion would surely be great if they could actually do it.. Nuclear my friend nuclear.

  • Michael Pirrone

    Michael Pirrone

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    You can bet the moment anyone figures how to maintain plasma in the tokamak it will be patented and the intellectual property rigorously defended for 20 years as they drag their feet. The same as is being done right now for the flash graphene process that could eliminate all plastic and most other hydrocarbon waste materials.

  • spacejunky

    spacejunky

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    Seriously love to see one someday.

  • Diversified Repair & Renovation

    Diversified Repair & Renovation

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    @SolarWebsite In a world that will have ever increasing volcanism caused by solar events and phenomena’s yet to be obvious, the sun will be removed as a source for power or photosynthesis on out planets surface, leaving this to be a brilliant and vital source for heat etc…

  • Herbert Fuchs
    Herbert Fuchsปีที่แล้ว

    I am a physicist and specially trained in vacuum- and plasma physics and therefore I can only tell you: This was the most brilliant precise correct and clear explanation of the matter I ever happened to see on THmy.

  • Alejandro Rivas

    Alejandro Rivas

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    *Tech Ingredients* is now my favorite THmy channel.

  • Doc Mangler

    Doc Mangler

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    LOL You are obviously NOT a physicist. Hey why don't you tell us where we can see your diploma? Post your credentials! LOL This is kookism at it's best. Kooks following and defending, and a kook presenting! The latest fusion news is that we're still a long way away.

  • Roger Harding

    Roger Harding

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    This is by far the most educational THmy channel I have ever watched.

  • Ol' Mate

    Ol' Mate

    3 หลายเดือนก่อน

    This may be so but I always find it painful listening to electricity explained from a quantum point of view. You cannot convince me that electricity is like walnut shells filled with negative energy rolling down wires like they are copper tubes.

  • d-.-b Deadpool

    d-.-b Deadpool

    4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Rraeee

  • Paul Ferson
    Paul Fersonปีที่แล้ว

    If this man was my teacher when I was growing up, I would've became an engineer. He makes everything so interesting and easy to follow intuitively

  • Alejandro Rivas

    Alejandro Rivas

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    @Electron Proton Neutron Mouron he is the kind of people who keep civilization moving forward

  • Alejandro Rivas

    Alejandro Rivas

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    @Pseudo Nym he is an overachiver

  • Dr.TARTARY EMPIRE Esquire D.O.

    Dr.TARTARY EMPIRE Esquire D.O.

    2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    @Electron Proton Neutron Mouron in martial arts true mastery is when you pass on your knowledge to the point of created another who becomes as you in there own best way of course.

  • Jeffrey Leung

    Jeffrey Leung

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    I don't think we can push off the responsibility for an interest in STEM onto others people.

  • Electron Proton Neutron Mouron

    Electron Proton Neutron Mouron

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    Thats because he actually comprehends what he is talking about . Comprehension is the epitome of understanding and listening is literally just using the tuning forks between your ears ! 😂

  • Christopher Adams
    Christopher Adams7 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Hello there, Excellent videos. I'm happily retired and in my 70's, I used to work at the UofB in the UK designing and building scientific and electronic equipment and I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. Many people use such equipment to obtain results/qualifications etc but may not actually enjoy the workings of the apparatus. Similar to you I found my work fascinating and your videos are a reminder of how I felt before I retired. I'm looking forward to seeing more. Many thanks Chris.

  • MSivonen
    MSivonenปีที่แล้ว

    You always manage to talk like you actually know everything about the subject and have experience about it, and not like you just learned it yesterday. Very detailed explanations like behaviours of different plastics etc. Either you are doing amazing background work, or you just happen to know -everything-. Keep on enter-/educating us. Thank you!

  • Jolujo 58

    Jolujo 58

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    It's called experience. And research.

  • David Foran

    David Foran

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    You can tell, this guy got addicted to science by putting together Science Fair projects since an early age. Man, if he were my dad when I was in 6th grade... We need to get together and award him a Blue Ribbon!

  • Tom Cooper

    Tom Cooper

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    @ali jassim : On point.

  • ali jassim

    ali jassim

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    He's a very good speaker, organized and well prepared for sure, I attest to that! I have seen many smart and intelligent people who cannot present their ideas properly. To others, they look unintelligent although they are the opposite. From what I can fathom, this dude is smart and well spoken. It seems that he did not waist his years gambling, he have a lot of experience for sure. In addition, it seems that he likes his job and he's putting a lot of effort and thought in the projects, rather than just copying others. I Appreciate the Dude.

  • Patrick Poe

    Patrick Poe

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    @NAMELESS Haha, not me! "Next we're going to introduce you to a series on making custom speakers from sheepskin and powered by a Tesla battery. It's going to be really interesting." 🤣

  • Sean Murray
    Sean Murrayปีที่แล้ว

    This is some of the absolute best content on youtube. I genuinely appreciate how thorough you are and how much you care about the material. I also really appreciate you not telling people "don't try this at home" just because it's dangerous. Fear kills minds and exploration is rarely safe. Keep going.

  • sage crumpton
    sage crumptonปีที่แล้ว

    I can't believe I just found this channel. I love the builds and how educational these videos are. I also liked the casual Coady's Lab reference. Thank you for the great content.

  • SenoreQueso
    SenoreQuesoปีที่แล้ว

    I've been subscribed for a little over a year at this point (I think I subbed around the time of the turbojet videos). I'm so glad to see this channel growing and blowing up like it should. It's truly the future that educational content like this exists on the internet for free and is as entertaining as it is.

  • Kitewinds
    Kitewinds10 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Great videos! I really appreciate the information density chosen, and the super nice builds. Thanks.

  • Output Coupler
    Output Couplerปีที่แล้ว

    This man just casually whips out a turbomolecular pump like it's a common household item. Best channel on THmy.

  • Bob Jones

    Bob Jones

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    I had a diffusion pump in my living room next to the coffee table for years. I thought I was the only one like that.

  • Scanlaid

    Scanlaid

    6 หลายเดือนก่อน

    @Javier Chiappa "and if you don't have your own homemade turbomolecular pump, store-bought is fine."

  • Whiteman Eric

    Whiteman Eric

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    I loved that . I was waiting for the millinium falcon to drop a spare tire

  • Mark Harder

    Mark Harder

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    Naaah. Not impressed. I've got a dozen of 'em in my basement.

  • USNBRENDON

    USNBRENDON

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    @felixar90 YEEEESSSSS!

  • Fernando Garcia Cortez
    Fernando Garcia Cortezปีที่แล้ว

    This is just amazing, these videos feel short for us who love the content. Keep it coming!

  • Joe Smith
    Joe Smith2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thank you for the extremely fun and informative content. Videos like this add to our collective understanding of the universe instead of detracting or distracting as so many others do.

  • Geo Curtis
    Geo Curtisปีที่แล้ว

    This is hands down one of my favorite channels. Always very informative and interesting. I can't wait to see the next video about magnetic fields.

  • Frank Klever
    Frank Kleverปีที่แล้ว

    Amazing work as usual! Never has this been better explained. Thanks for sharing and teaching us!

  • Joshua Hymel
    Joshua Hymelปีที่แล้ว

    Amazing content as usual. It's been said before: "This is what I imagined the internet would be when It was new."

  • DeathSkaye Bolo

    DeathSkaye Bolo

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    Once the pronstar settled down at the bottom of the net, these beautiful channels were able to emerge. Also at 21:01 ; when scientist need a bounce for smoking oil inside XD

  • Paul Michael Freedman

    Paul Michael Freedman

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    @kagi95 Freedom of choice, my friend :)

  • Daithi

    Daithi

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    I thought the same especially given its military origins and its backbone being run by universities and colleges. Instead it was democratized and we got PewDiePie Twitter and Facebook

  • Robin Borkowski

    Robin Borkowski

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    this is what I imagined college would be like "wrong"

  • kagi95

    kagi95

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    And even after so many years, it's kind of scary how much of a spectrum there is. You could teach yourself the equivalent of a university degree online, or waste years on mindless content that has no benefit.

  • martinelles
    martinelles7 หลายเดือนก่อน

    This is like my 10th video of yours I’ve seen and I’m hooked! I wish I hadn’t changed my major in undergrad from physics to poly sci! Definitely wouldn’t have had I had professors as engaging as you! Keep up the amazing work good sir ... and team!

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

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    Thanks!

  • CharlesM1957
    CharlesM1957ปีที่แล้ว

    One of the things I always found interesting from an engineering perspective was the function of various vacuum tubes. The materials and different effects they have on environmental variables which gave them their characteristics . I've seen old labs where they were produced, it's amazing what they understood even 50 or more years ago. I'm surprised that something more didn't develop from those earlier technologies.

  • Mark Honea

    Mark Honea

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    Perhaps something more did develop from those vacuum tube expirements, and it wasn't shared with the general public. Also, around that time, it is possible top military scientists were reverse engineering technology from crashed alien spacecraft, and that would certainly up the game. Just a thought. I too am fascinated by vacuum tube development and effects.👍

  • Philip Zheng
    Philip Zheng4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thank you so much for the presentation and all the clear explanations. I've subscribed your channel and try to learn more!! 33 years ago I worked on a plasma research project (sponsored by DOE) for my master electrical engineering degree. I designed and implemented a Langmuir probe to measure the plasma intensity. The system is fairly big in a donut shape which is made out of stainless steel. All the flange seals were in copper rings. After watching your video, now I understood why the copper rings was used instead of rubber rings.

  • M D
    M Dปีที่แล้ว

    Thanks so much for the awesome content, your channel rocks. I thought to myself at 16:40 it isn't negative resistance until it's plasma, and I feel there's a lesson to be learned here about negative coefficient of resistance. Does negative resistance exist in the universe in plasma's absence? Just out of curiosity, I love this stuff.

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

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    Thanks! The principle of negative resistance should not be construed to mean that the flow of electrons is accelerated or energy is gained. In a plasma the greater the current flow, the more carriers that are generated by that flow and the easier even more current can flow.

  • shae grover
    shae groverปีที่แล้ว

    “If I was Cody”.... All of Cody’s lab yells in sulfur hexa fluoride voice

  • Dr.TARTARY EMPIRE Esquire D.O.

    Dr.TARTARY EMPIRE Esquire D.O.

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    @MaxUgly MØRe ON that some other time.

  • Steven Swenson

    Steven Swenson

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    @MaxUgly Methabe emits in infra red ... so invisible and deadly still.

  • Matt Puterio

    Matt Puterio

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    He said it before I could finish thinking it!

  • Keith Brigadier

    Keith Brigadier

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    Let's see some SF6 in the plasma tube please.

  • Jus Jaisinghani

    Jus Jaisinghani

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    I came to look for this comment!!

  • Tech_ 49FPV
    Tech_ 49FPV8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Very cool! I was wandering how a magnetic field would effect the flow. Im so glad you demonstrated that.

  • Artem Doronin
    Artem Doroninปีที่แล้ว

    Thank you so so so much, man! The way you talk about things and your explanations are so incredibly interesting and understandable! Huge honor to watch and listen to you. I am a huge fan of your channel and love and admire the things and the projects you guys do. You are truly just incredible!!!

  • Blake
    Blake6 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Would love to see more videos on plasmas and high vacuum experiments! Thanks for your amazing videos.

  • Jeffrey Reed
    Jeffrey Reedปีที่แล้ว

    This is fantastic and I want to start doing demonstrations for my students from what I am learning from your videos!

  • J L
    J Lปีที่แล้ว

    I like that he explains it like i'm gonna decide to build one this afternoon.

  • FULLMETALJACKET7

    FULLMETALJACKET7

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    @hoganmchugh charge back

  • Davido Vasquez

    Davido Vasquez

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    @hoganmchugh I think they underestimated the demand.

  • hoganmchugh

    hoganmchugh

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    EDIT: received the epoxy 2 days after this comment, I'm sure a coincidence but very happy to get it! Would have loved at least one email from them saying things were slow or something, but oh well. Probably easier since they take orders and then never deliver or respond. I ordered 2 pair of the thermal epoxy 6 weeks ago and nothing. Emailed them many times and posted on their website forum where others have the same issue. I really like the videos, clearly since I tried to buy their epoxy, but am now fed up with no response. I don’t mind waiting if I know what’s up, but now they’re intentionally ignoring us.

  • Nicco Saur

    Nicco Saur

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    J L this must be your first time here

  • Jordan Richards
    Jordan Richards3 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Love the video and your teaching style is a solid 10/10. I've done my fair share of independent study... orders of magnitude above "fair" considering I didn't attend university 😅. I wish I'd come across your channel back when I was a starry-eyed nooby, but as a seasoned vet I'll say I appreciate how well thought out this is and how you cover the perfect amount of material. You hit all three key points in my opinion: you cover enough to satiate any fledgling curiosity, you clearly explain the inherent risks and dangers, but most importantly you leave a lot of the finer details just the right degree of vague. Someone with a passing interest will watch this and leave with a head full of answers, but to anyone who's clever enough to always have a head always full of questions will leave with ten by ten thousand more. Seriously great work and I thank you for it, only in part because when society thanks men like you it's so often mistaken as praise for another. You have such an impact on the next generation or bright minds, my hats off to you. P.s. and no, I'll not forgive the innuendo ✌😁🤙

  • Rob Antognoni
    Rob Antognoniปีที่แล้ว

    I love that you actually describe what each part does so I can learn how it works. Usually you see videos like these and they will skip over stuff they see as obvious and ill end up losing me along the way. You made this very easy to digest and understand. This example had me thinking that there must be some kind of a capacitor type effect between charged particles from the sun flowing over the Earth and attracting negative charges to the surface, is something that could be possible

  • Patrick Poe

    Patrick Poe

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    Same here!

  • Gert Benade
    Gert Benadeปีที่แล้ว

    As usual, a brilliant explanation! Thank you for a thorough, step by step how-to. The cheaper alternatives that you provide also helps beginners to explore physics/electronics. These topics have been a life-long passion of mine with well versed people such as yourself having cultured a love for experimenting and learning! Keep up the good work!

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

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    Thanks!

  • Andrew Gascon
    Andrew Gascon11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Again well done. Content is always good. I learned something very new about organic off gassing that I have never even considered in my tests.

  • Fabrimaker
    Fabrimaker11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Great way of explaining the difficulty of fusion in layman's terms. I'm so excited for the ITER facilities to be finished. The plasma gun method also sounds pretty promising. This next decade should be the greatest leap forward in human technology ever. So much so that the advances in this decade will be greater than the entirety of our advances thus far. I mean, arguments can be made for some of the incredible achievements... and these upcoming achievements wouldn't be possible without the achievements of the past... but these upcoming achievements are going to completely change everything. We won't need to pollute the earth anywhere near the amount we've had to currently - and the capabilities will be infinitely greater. The introduction of fusion and superconductors on a large scale will be incredibly exciting

  • Emrys McWryn
    Emrys McWryn10 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I would love to see you guys do a video specifically about the new superconducting tape. Great work as always. Thank you

  • floyd loonie
    floyd loonie11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    @ Tech Ingredients - I just want to thank you for the EXCELLENT quality of the content on your channel. As a totally disabled senior citizen who is home bound and can no longer afford the high cost of cable television, I watch You Tube videos for the vast majority of my entertainment. Your content is superior to 99% of the information that is available on this forum. Thank you for sharing the projects and processes that you undergo in such a well presented fashion that everyone can understand and learn from. THANK YOU!!

  • Qf SPL team QUADFATHERS SPL HAWAII
    Qf SPL team QUADFATHERS SPL HAWAII7 หลายเดือนก่อน

    i really enjoy watching this channel. ive learned so much. thanks for all the details and explanations. im excited to see whats next!

  • Sam Ferguson
    Sam Fergusonปีที่แล้ว

    "If I was Cody, I'd be willing to do it." I unironically lol'd.

  • Frogz

    Frogz

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    @Tom Cooper cody was alot happier and motivated when he had a girlfriend, codybot makes a bad lover

  • Tom Cooper

    Tom Cooper

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    @Harry Woodman I give you a like ... after 7 months. Because you're right. His uranium and aluminum videos shocked me in so many ways. I think the best girlfriend for Cody would be "bionerd23" .... Also a candidate for Seppuku.

  • Tom Wimmenhove

    Tom Wimmenhove

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    I was about to comment on exactly that! :)

  • IOUaUsername

    IOUaUsername

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    Drinking heavy water makes you sterile. Later on it kills you.

  • Harry Woodman

    Harry Woodman

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    @C.J. Tymczak No he's not, he's a cowboy with a bit of geology and chemistry. Dangerous as hell even if he's enthusiastic. Sorry, cleaned up after too many cowboys in the lab wearing a bunny suit to be a fan. Try his nitro-glycerin synthesis, he blows a knife tip off and into his hand. Makes powdered aluminum, does not realize it's a highly toxic shit substance and probably making fines below 20 micron, i.e. lung inter-cellular penetrating nightmare without any small particle control. Good stuff for idiots that want to damage themselves, the environment and anyone unlucky enough to interact with their mishaps masquerading as experiments.

  • Electron Proton Neutron Mouron
    Electron Proton Neutron Mouron2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Wonderfully brilliant as always. Very well researched and delivered. I intend on doing some play with tazer module and 150mm glass tubes with different salts placed on the cathode tip with no vacuum and some vaccum from a small chemistry 12 volt vacuum pump . I have a the gear and now i am super pumped to do it very soon ! Thankyou so much for existing 👍🏻

  • Tom Bixby
    Tom Bixbyปีที่แล้ว

    As always very interesting and entertaining provided I have the time available, it always goes to fast. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and ideas. If you like science than you might also like sci-fi. I love when I see sci-fi creators randomly create a plot gimmick that could of actually been rooted in science, after watching numerous videos about thorium energy, I have concluded the engine in firefly was a molten salt thorium reactor, using the spinning action to provide the artificial gravity needed to operate the reactor in free fall and provide the power for the atmospheric engines meanwhile the leftover gasses from the thorium process provide the propellent for the ion engines. I would love to see someone with your creativity to actually put together a demonstration model, probably wouldn’t take you very long either. BTW fusion energy could be our greatest mistake, when have you ever known humans to be able to practice moderation, if given an nearly infinite source of energy we will devise the need for infinite plus 1 demand. We need all the hydrogen we have bonded to the oxygen we have to maintain life or else we will become the next ball of iron oxide in the solar system right after Mars. We don’t need thorium to maintain life, thusly it’s my pick for the future, maybe just a demonstration on the process to share the technology to the uninformed public. Stay safe, wishing you and your family the best.

  • VIDEOAC3D
    VIDEOAC3Dปีที่แล้ว

    I'd LOVE to see some CVD (Carbon Vapor Deposition) experiments with all of this plasma gear. Maybe you could make some CVD diamond projects, like a DIY diamond heat spreader. Or apply a diamond coating to various substrates like copper.

  • Sid P
    Sid P10 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Love what you do on your channel and the very deep explanations of what's goin on. Keep up the excellent work!

  • Mobius
    Mobiusปีที่แล้ว

    From no other channel can be found such a clear, cogent delivery of facts and fun. Always in the perfect amount! Fantastic work as always, MP👏👏

  • FULLMETALJACKET7

    FULLMETALJACKET7

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    Search for "applied science".

  • Dynamic Unreality
    Dynamic Unreality8 หลายเดือนก่อน

    The details in your videos are amazing. Like heating poly tubing to remove fittings, etc. You seem to think of everything.

  • Metta Thomas
    Metta Thomas3 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Amazing, as usual! Thank you very much for the lesson!

  • Maxime Thériault
    Maxime Thériault10 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Your videos are so full of valuable information, thanks for taking the time to make them!

  • william watson
    william watsonปีที่แล้ว

    Really interesting video thanks for taking the time to compile, I have nearly all the kit to try this myself all i need is the glass tube. Looking forward to watching more of your videos Thanks Bill

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

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    Thanks!

  • Marc Marc
    Marc Marcปีที่แล้ว

    This channel deserves so much attention! The content is some of the most interesting on THmy.

  • mumblbee bee

    mumblbee bee

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    Marc Marc You are right! So... share it with your peers, tell folks about it!

  • Marc Marc

    Marc Marc

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    FUSION!??! IN FIVE YEARS!?!? I'll be back in 5 years.

  • John Lovegrove
    John Lovegrove9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Wow, absolutely enthralling! I can only echo others and say I wish you had been a teacher at my school! Keep up the amazing work educating.

  • stl mharts
    stl mharts11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Amazing as always. You have given me many ideas to do with my stem class!

  • Keith Brigadier
    Keith Brigadierปีที่แล้ว

    The influence from the permanent magnet is very interesting. I can see how electromagnets would be useful in containing it in a toroid or sphere.

  • Imran Uddin
    Imran Uddinปีที่แล้ว

    Absolutely one of the best channels on THmy! Thanks for another great video!

  • Originale Nitruz
    Originale Nitruzปีที่แล้ว

    I like how much variety you bring on your channel from moonshine and diy speakers to jet engines and plasma, love it. Thank you.

  • ZiGa:S
    ZiGa:Sปีที่แล้ว

    This is amazing. I was always fascinated by plasma phenomena, but never been able to understand it. Now that I have gone through electrical engineering university I have found the theory of plasma more clear. I also have question, so nixie tubes used for clocks are also using this plasma phenomena? And we should not forget about the fluorescent tube lamps that were very widely used before LEDs. I hope that plasma technology will develop further and efficient energy harvesting systems will become a thing in NEAR future. I would also like to see a very high quality and efficient plasma lights more widely used for lighting such as sulfur light that emits near perfect sun spectrum.

  • Bella Crystall
    Bella Crystallปีที่แล้ว

    I am loving your channel. You have a gift of explaining highly technical procedures to everyday undereducated people (such as myself). I have a strong craving to learn as much as I can on such current and relevant subject matters as the ones you offer on your channel. I thank you for sharing your wealth with folks like me, who look to expand their knowledge through resources such as this. You encourage fun learning which serves to benefit people around the globe, regardless of class, age, or ethnicity. Thanks again!

  • JCT
    JCT11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I'm a PhD student in physics and your videos still amaze me! Please keep making them. I want to have a go a building things too!

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

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    Thanks!

  • Daragh O'Sullivan
    Daragh O'Sullivan5 หลายเดือนก่อน

    This was just awesome. It’s hard to believe technical content this advanced but accessible is even possible. Kudos!

  • Peter Mortenson
    Peter Mortenson10 หลายเดือนก่อน

    This guy is incredible. He explains everything so well and clearly. I usually struggle to make it through a ten minute video but I just watched all 50 minutes without getting bored 👏👏

  • Tachyon Technologies
    Tachyon Technologies4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I’m new to your channel and I’m fascinated by your work , I couldn’t find any continuation of this fusion series . Hope you would continue working on fusion tech and hope to see your turbomolecular pump in action

  • Greg Pastyr
    Greg Pastyrปีที่แล้ว

    Another very interesting and informative video. Thank you. I hope you do breakthrough on fusion. I believe you can do it.

  • Pavel Itskov
    Pavel Itskov9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Amazing quality of information! Thank you so much for doing it!

  • decidiousrex
    decidiousrexปีที่แล้ว

    Me at the beginning of this video: No way I'm gonna watch a 50 minute video about plasma tubes... Me 50 minutes later: Is it over already??

  • Comment Creator

    Comment Creator

    ปีที่แล้ว

    I've been watching his vids at 1.5X speed.

  • Lowndes Whatley

    Lowndes Whatley

    ปีที่แล้ว

    It's two hours after my bedtime, Didn't even know it.

  • Foncu Melakarta

    Foncu Melakarta

    ปีที่แล้ว

    Just incredible how interesting it gets to be, even when he's just talking about mere plastic or valves.

  • TheGamigG3neral

    TheGamigG3neral

    ปีที่แล้ว

    didn't realize it was that long ...

  • horseshoe

    horseshoe

    ปีที่แล้ว

    Yup.

  • Daniel Wilson
    Daniel Wilson10 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thank You for these opportunities to learn from the knowledge you so kindly share. The information is well presented and i greatly appreciate such wonderful content!

  • Joe Shmoe
    Joe Shmoeปีที่แล้ว

    I soooo applaud you for your sticking to the 1 hand rule, even when you knew beyond a shadow a doubt the system was off. Maintaining the habit at all times maintains the safety at all times. I do the same with check lists, if I am interrupted in any way before I reach the last item, I go back to #1 and start again. It guarantees the check list get completed with zero error or omissions. Great content, relaxed informal delivery, the 'whys' behind the 'whys', alternative options for getting useable results based on budget or availability of materials. Now off to see how you DID crush that can...... Cheers

  • Electronic Chronic
    Electronic Chronic6 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Love your content! Keep it real and under vacuum!

  • Braun Reinhold
    Braun Reinhold10 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thank you again I watched this a while ago and just stumbled into it again. You should build a series of capacitor plates around but not touching your tube. You should be able to generate enough power to make the system self running and have some left over. Your tube is an excellent dipole needed to do this.

  • CrzyMan
    CrzyManปีที่แล้ว

    Wow. This is seriously some of the highest quality content on fusion that I have ever seen. I just watched a 50 minute video and I'm incredibly excited for the next one!

  • Kimmo

    Kimmo

    9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I watched it at 1.5x - with better production and/or editing the information density could be increased 50% no worries. Also, I hope the camera work has improved since this... But the content we have here is absolutely tip-top. Keen to binge this channel.

  • Vik Sohal
    Vik Sohal5 หลายเดือนก่อน

    This is probably the clearest explanation of how nuclear fusion works I have ever heard. You are like the best of every prof I ever had in college :-)

  • fjaresj
    fjaresj3 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thank you very much for such a wonderful lecture ❤️

  • Curt Wuollet
    Curt Wuollet9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    As a lifelong electronics type, I find your experiments really interesting. If the screen suddenly blitzes, we'll know you created sustained fusion.

  • Gerasimos Asthenis
    Gerasimos Asthenisปีที่แล้ว

    Hello MP, the presentation is very wonderful! Nevertheless I wonder if you could demonstrate the negative differential resistance of the Plasma, which is a nice effect of its own. Bests, Chris

  • TheCatherineCC
    TheCatherineCC2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Yet another wonderful video. Thank you for the time and effort you're putting into these.

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

    2 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thanks.

  • Pablo Damian Catani
    Pablo Damian Cataniปีที่แล้ว

    Thank you. I am a math teacher and your work makes me want to study physics even more. Very good work!

  • Jolujo 58
    Jolujo 585 หลายเดือนก่อน

    As a technician with many years of high vacuum plasma equipment mfg and R&D ....This was the best and most thorough presentation I have ever seen. Most of my knowledge of plasma physics in vacuum was learned on the job and by being lucky enough to have worked directly with several PhDs most of whom were very patient and generous in imparting their knowledge to me. Thank you 👍✌

  • Anthony Robinson
    Anthony Robinson10 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I enjoyed the video! I'd really like some links to the tools you used in the video to help me explore doing this myself, like the pump, the vacuum meter, the variac, the pump filter, etc...

  • Vighnesh Nair
    Vighnesh Nairปีที่แล้ว

    Would be interesting to see how the supply voltage variations have effect on the plasma characteristics. Loved this one and looking forward to the next in this series.. Thank you for all the amazing content over the years and keep up the good work ! :-)

  • Daniel Musat

    Daniel Musat

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    More electrons flying away from the tungsten cathode so the material will deplete faster. Maybe some more light...

  • Gino Piccino
    Gino Piccino4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Loved the content! Im so exited to see more of your videos and more in this topic. Im working on an engineering degree and happen to find this so brilliant!

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

    4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thanks and good luck!

  • Mario Di Stefano
    Mario Di Stefano11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Fantastic experiment!!! I seen it once when I was younger at school... I could never interact with the experiment itself, but it's asthonishing. Those "diamonds of light" there inside the tube, could be a macroscopic effect of the quantum world laws? Time to time I ever wondered if one could do an experiment where the quantum laws are predominant over the phisical, macroscopic laws world has?

  • Matthew Craig
    Matthew Craig10 หลายเดือนก่อน

    I have just seen this and it was released last year, I am really looking forward to the mentioned second part. Thanks for the content, I find it fascinating.

  • ParadoxPerspective
    ParadoxPerspective11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Excellent content as always; your work is truly valuable. I'm convinced that similitude rules out the viability of fusion power on any sub-stellar scale. Could you explain why you're so optimistic? Could you dispel the concern that ignition costs will always be more costly than capturable energy from fusion reactions on anything other than a very, very large super-planetary scale?

  • Spirit
    Spiritปีที่แล้ว

    Great video! You made a small mistake describing radioactivity: Shorter half life means it's *more* radioactive. Even the simplest tritium-powered glow-in-the-dark keychain sticks can contain multiple *Curies* of tritium. This is why Uranium, even enriched, with a very long half life is far safer to handle than an equivalent amount(by weight) of tritium.

  • Energia Vadász

    Energia Vadász

    4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    @Spirit Would it work like a Rife machine?

  • texasdee slinglead

    texasdee slinglead

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    Tritium is superbly destructive to the brains tissue . And has its fun once in the tissue for half it's life . Lol , couldn't help with the corny bit .

  • uploadJ

    uploadJ

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    re: "but both are still radioactive phenomena" Sorry, dummy, that's a dumbed-down interpretation. Embrace the word "radiation" as a verb rather than a noun and you might get the right idea. (IOW my 2-way radio 'radiates' EM energy BUT is not a radiation source, like Uranium.)

  • EgonSorensen

    EgonSorensen

    ปีที่แล้ว

    @uploadJ - "Ionizing particles are one thing, UV EM "radiation" is another ..." - but both are still radioactive phenomena... "Alpha particles consist of two protons and two neutrons bound together into a particle identical to a *helium* nucleus. Alpha particle emissions are generally produced in the process of alpha decay, but may also be produced in other ways." - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ionizing_radiation#Alpha_particles

  • uploadJ

    uploadJ

    ปีที่แล้ว

    re: "Shorter half life means it's more radioactive. " Look up: Technetium-99m en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technetium-99m#Medical_uses

  • Matthew Perlman
    Matthew Perlmanปีที่แล้ว

    I still remember doing this experiment in high school several decades ago. we only did one gas however. Our teacher also used a magnet to bend the beam and plasma but only for a short time; he said as this is a cathode ray tube, it does produce some radiation and bending the beam towards the magnet also causes the radiation to redirect and exit the glass right where your hand is holding the magnet. Normally the radiation manly exits at the ends and you can just avoid being on either end to be safe. Oil burner ignition transformers are also a good alternative to the neon sign transformers; also center tapped and about (10KV and 20 mA) if I remember right. I am not sure if the KV is just one leg to center, or both together; it has been a while since I have dealt with them.

  • Skargar
    Skargarปีที่แล้ว

    Hey that was pretty neat! Looking forward to learn more about fundamentals of fusion technology

  • Nathanael Newton
    Nathanael Newtonปีที่แล้ว

    I absolutely loved the epoxy video! I learned a lot, and while I was already subscribed I think it was the first time i ever sat down and paid attention to one of your videos. Thank you for creating these videos, they're very much appreciated!

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

    ปีที่แล้ว

    You're welcome and thanks!

  • Irving Raul Gonzalez
    Irving Raul Gonzalez5 หลายเดือนก่อน

    This is so interesting. I have been making neon signs for a long time and always wanted to understand how plasma tubes work. Thank you so much for sharing.

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

    5 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Interesting. We have been playing with glass tubes, torches and a few tools in order to build neon lamps!😀

  • MaxDJs Workshop
    MaxDJs Workshopปีที่แล้ว

    "So I hope you found this interesting" Well, all I can say is that was brilliant. Simply brilliant.

  • wimderix

    wimderix

    ปีที่แล้ว

    Totally agree...a great presentation once more.

  • Zane Andre
    Zane Andreปีที่แล้ว

    Honestly this reminds me of when i had a 10mW HeNe tube laser and my first year of college we spent a number of nights shining it through prisms and plastic bottles of various textures and glass vessels to play with and watch the refraction and diffusion against the wall with the lights out. Fun times.

  • christoph brand
    christoph brandปีที่แล้ว

    High voltage vacuum experiments are one of the most interesting visual experiences for me and I would like to see more of them. One question by the way: What is the situation with these experiments with possibly emerging X-rays. I think the danger is not so high in this particular case - no high vacuum and no intense electron emission which is stopped abruptly like in a classical X-ray tube. But still I would like to know more about it and have a practical confirmation. Thanks for the great video and the absolutely detailed description.

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

    ปีที่แล้ว

    Thanks! Below 25 kV, the emission of x-rays is negligible.

  • Knight Errant
    Knight Errant11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Brilliantly and precisely explained. Well done!

  • Chris of Colombia
    Chris of Colombiaปีที่แล้ว

    What an absolutely brilliant lecture, sir! Interesting, informative, comprehensive - not dumbed-down too far, but not too technical either. Loved every minute.

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

    ปีที่แล้ว

    Thank you!

  • Liyang HU
    Liyang HUปีที่แล้ว

    3:51 "If I was daring-or if I was Cody-I might be willing to do it." Classic line. XD

  • Parax77

    Parax77

    ปีที่แล้ว

    @FDog16 thmy.info/dev/hbp9htKtx2eyipU/w-d-xo.html

  • battlekruiser

    battlekruiser

    ปีที่แล้ว

    @Keith Yinger I believe the mentioned comparison happened in the comment, not in the video.

  • Keith Yinger

    Keith Yinger

    ปีที่แล้ว

    @rick dees he's not equating or comparing anything imo, just referencing the fact that Cody Did drink heavy water on his channel.

  • rick dees

    rick dees

    ปีที่แล้ว

    Not taking anything away from Cody or his video's, Cody doesn't come as close to the precision of building or depth of information delivered which this channel does. Two different channels, that shouldn't be equated or compared. Seriously.

  • BangDroid ✪

    BangDroid ✪

    ปีที่แล้ว

    Instead of Cody's Dad

  • KJ Paul Karaoke
    KJ Paul Karaoke6 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thanks for all the detail! What would happen with H2O or CO2? Would the high energy electrons disassociate them or would the molecules be ionized? Would it all happen in one place or would there be bands of different colors related to the different ions? This is one of the best recommendations THmy has given me in a while!

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

    6 หลายเดือนก่อน

    There are many infrared wavelengths generated by the molecular excitations. One of the most common and powerful lasers is the CO2 laser that emits at 10.6 um when it is energized in a tube much like the one we demonstrated.

  • Broken S
    Broken S16 วันที่ผ่านมา

    Priceless information and incredibly well spoken. Thank you

  • RWBHere
    RWBHereปีที่แล้ว

    Thanks, TI. Small correction: With a full wave rectifier on a 60 Hz supply, the gas will be emitting light 120 times per second, not 60.

  • Keith Cress
    Keith Cressปีที่แล้ว

    I have a question that I'm hoping you can explain. Recently while working at a factory installing a control system the maintenance crew came and got me to explain what they were seeing. They led me over to a couple of florescent fixtures that were on and pointed up at them. There were bands just as those in your glow tube. There were about 30 of them in the 8 foot tubes. (two tubes) They were moving in unison at about a half foot per second from one end to the other end about 1-1/2 inches (38mm) apart. They evaporated at the far end and a new one appeared at the starting end to keep the whole procession continuously moving. I understand most of what's occurring in your glow tubes in detail but I couldn't explain how those rings in a glow discharge created by an AC current would favor moving in a particular steady-state direction. Any Ideas?

  • christian goodpaster
    christian goodpasterปีที่แล้ว

    I love this channel more and more every episode. Just brilliant.

  • martin mendoza

    martin mendoza

    9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Welly explained

  • Tom Cooper

    Tom Cooper

    ปีที่แล้ว

    He's amazing.

  • James Fenton
    James Fentonปีที่แล้ว

    I like the explanation of materials used, it's the stuff we all need to know for any project we take on. Thank You.

  • Moises Florez
    Moises Florez11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    My wife and I really enjoy your videos. You make the concepts fun and easy to understand. We really appreciate your hard work. Please keep sharing your knowledge with the rest of us.

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

    11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Thanks! We will.

  • Will Brigg
    Will Briggปีที่แล้ว

    I'm very happy you talked about the striations. I noticed them in the fluorescent tube lights in the underground trains where I live, something interesting about them though is thst they are not static, but they appear to move along the lights (not sure if it's thst they're actually moving, of it it's thst the wavelength is changing and that makes them appear to move?). Do you know what may cause the pattern to not be static? The behaviour of the striations is not the same within all the lights within the carriage, nor is it consistent - it seems to ramp up and down during the journey. I pressumed its a function of the condition of the light and maybe when the trains are accelerating they have less power to provide to the lights? But I've never found a satisfactory explanation of what's going on...

  • Duke Shaver
    Duke Shaver4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Such a badass video!! You are literally teaching people the basics of awesome science. I love the fact that you talk about all different types of things. The first video I watched in your series was pushed to me and it was on making alcohol. I was so blown away when I saw this video on Fusion from the same channel. You sir are one smart cookie. Keep it up!!

  • TheRealNaxos
    TheRealNaxosปีที่แล้ว

    Congratulations on 400.000 subscribers. One of the best channels on THmy that creates meaningful quality content.

  • Af0ulwind
    Af0ulwindปีที่แล้ว

    I will have to watch this again and again to get some of this down before playing with it... On other subjects though, you mentioned fusion and the methods using high temps and lasers as well as the magnetic confinement and the requirement for the lasers to cool down over a long duration of time... I tend to believe a lot of the reasons for a need of high temperatures may have a lot to do with a lack of understanding on magnetic forces and the interactions of charged particles. I have been following some of the developments in Tokamak reactors such as ITER and think they could greatly benefit from a change in structure and shape of their design. i have thought about it a few times and think an incorporation of aspects from a focus fusion reactor and a set of multi tired electromagnets could potentially change the temp requirements by improving the electromagnetic isolation of charged particles as well as shielding, and the method of colliding the different clouds of particles through sequential pulses of differing tiers in the magnetic isolation. perhaps sometime if you are interested we could discus further in a more private setting?

  • Wayne Pettett
    Wayne Pettettปีที่แล้ว

    I love your videos always give me food for thought . The reason why you do things is also explained very well which for me is important. A question please does frequency have any effect on the bands...Thanks again for inspiring videos

  • Tech Ingredients

    Tech Ingredients

    ปีที่แล้ว

    Thanks. Yes it does. Also gas pressure, gas type, tube diameter and current also affect the bands.

  • MaxPhallus
    MaxPhallus9 วันที่ผ่านมา

    Hey this was pretty neat. This was an extremely good video, and you answered almost all of the questions that occurred to me while watching the video; this can't happen unless you really understand the curious nature of the viewers. Well done mate. Good video.

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