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- Subject: Ozone levels
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Original poster: "Devon Ferns" <dferns@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
I am building a tesla coil for a university project. It must be
interactive for the public.
I have heard that it will produces some ozone because of the ionized air.
I know ozone is very reactive and doesn't last long at these altitudes
as oxygen molecules.
My question is, how much do tesla coils produce? It will obviously be
related to the size
of the sparks, so for this reason, I am going to build a pretty small coil,
with sparks only a foot or two
Are their any potential problems from the ozone?