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Positioning of gas using air ionization
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Neo
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2006 3:32 pm    Post subject: Positioning of gas using air ionization Reply with quote

I have an interesting question.

Is it is possible using air ionization to position gas to a particular
location using radio waves or a laser?

Using a laser that positively ionizes air could a positively ionized gas,
the gas being repelled from the boundary of the laser, be pumped through it,
possibly by creating a laser tube using an obstruction in it's inner radius?
The laser tube would then become essentially an injection needle.

Alternatively, the gas could be negatively ionized and would, thus,
attracted to the laser, traverse its path.

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