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Hello all:for electricity demos. They were brown, with a 3" metal tip and a variable
Here at Tech we had two 14" handheld "sparkers" (dated 1963) that we used
sparks are produced. We need to replace them ASAP.
The "sparkers" are dead now. They sound as if they are working but no
unable to find a replacement.
1. What is the correct name for this apparatus?
2. Where could I find a replacement?
I have search the Internet, but without the proper name I have been
Thanks in advance,
Wilson J. Gonzalez-Espada, Ph.D.
Asst Professor of Physical Science/Science Education
School of Physical and Life Sciences
Arkansas Tech University
1701 N. Boulder Ave. (McEver Hall)
Russellville, AR 72801
(479) 964-0837 fax