Making Super Fast Electrons, Cathode Ray

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ElectroBOOM

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Komentarai
Steven Pacey
Steven Pacey Prieš 6 val
My anode blows wind all the time! Great video 😂
Couldn't mix A Pot Noodle
Couldn't mix A Pot Noodle Prieš 14 val
Somebody needs to give Mehdi a TIG welder. I'd love to see him messing around with one.
Menino do Arduino
Menino do Arduino Prieš 14 val
X Ray
Ernest Soler
Ernest Soler Prieš 18 val
What do you think about Rodin Coils, and what can you do with them?
Vikas Hegde
Vikas Hegde Prieš 22 val
Didn't understood anything. But It was interesting..😂
Rannug Blah
Rannug Blah Prieš dieną
After messing about with CRT's a bit I kept thinking "Mehdi! DEFLECTION! Magnets!" I'm a total noob but worth a thought.
Winston Smith
Winston Smith Prieš dieną
The cathode ray was first invented by a guy who thought he could contact spirits via the rays
NanoAxenel
NanoAxenel Prieš 2 dienas
the big glass dome at the edge of his table gives me anxiety
Plingket
Plingket Prieš 3 dienas
ur gay but ur content is cool
42
42 Prieš 3 dienas
Well, the electron ray itself should not be visible just like this, in a cathode ray tube it can be usually seen only on some screen with special fluorescent paint, maybe try that next time
Mango Parrot
Mango Parrot Prieš 4 dienas
That looks very cool8:32
Teguh Hadi
Teguh Hadi Prieš 4 dienas
Educated guess
Saikat Chakraborty
Saikat Chakraborty Prieš 6 dienų
2:53 the whole world collapses 😂
R K
R K Prieš 7 dienų
رو دستت ندیدم
sub demas
sub demas Prieš 7 dienų
really cool
Fasa F.P
Fasa F.P Prieš 7 dienų
You very genius and Smart 👍🏻💫⭐
Vishwajeet Dhali
Vishwajeet Dhali Prieš 7 dienų
i studied about cathode rays in class 8 which was related to discovery of electron
Dominic Del Principe
Dominic Del Principe Prieš 7 dienų
There is no earthly reason why this guys gags should still work and still be so goddam funny. I attribute it to genius. Comedy genius combined with electronics genius. Who woulda thunk it. Kudos man!
Justsomeguy
Justsomeguy Prieš 7 dienų
Very interesting! Is this how a Dyson motionless fan works?
Democratic Detox
Democratic Detox Prieš 8 dienų
He has a shirt that says "EYE-BROWSE"
Tiviruvaa
Tiviruvaa Prieš 8 dienų
Can you make a tv please 🙏🙏🙏
wendyn
wendyn Prieš 8 dienų
DIY CRT when?
Ivan the Strange
Ivan the Strange Prieš 10 dienų
possible to make a desk fan with this?
Razqa & Arka wahyudi
Razqa & Arka wahyudi Prieš 10 dienų
Fried chicken fried chicken and a potato
shinigami ryuk
shinigami ryuk Prieš 10 dienų
one day I will wakeup in morning and see news famous LTlostr mehdi injured 5 neighbors during his new video shoot.
At A Glimpse
At A Glimpse Prieš 10 dienų
Mehdi, did you try watching your own video in 0.25 playback speed?
Ahmad Rizani
Ahmad Rizani Prieš 10 dienų
Wairing
Олег Еремкин
Олег Еремкин Prieš 11 dienų
Молодец ...
muhammet cakmak
muhammet cakmak Prieš 12 dienų
u need to direct electrons with magnetic field.
andy service
andy service Prieš 12 dienų
electronics make me crazy,,,i like this
Chanissara Suksom
Chanissara Suksom Prieš 12 dienų
Are you trying to create double slits experiment?
David Mckendry
David Mckendry Prieš 13 dienų
I want a unibrow!
Bath Tub
Bath Tub Prieš 13 dienų
Why dont you build a TV
Pravar Gupta
Pravar Gupta Prieš 13 dienų
1:17 but if an electron experiences more force towards up then it will go more up than centre and nsow has more down force. So it will go in a SHM.
{Captian Titan}
{Captian Titan} Prieš 13 dienų
Why do you need an hairdryer
Sourabh Ravi
Sourabh Ravi Prieš 14 dienų
I came here after a long time. It was worth it! 🙏
wolkirs
wolkirs Prieš 14 dienų
How transistor 5:25 works with DC 1:00 ?
Throttle Science
Throttle Science Prieš 14 dienų
Hey electroboom I am a kid and I want to understand electronic from the starting point. Please provide me set of video so I can be expert like you.
Soham Sisodia
Soham Sisodia Prieš 14 dienų
You can use petrolium jelly to make your vaccume chamber more efficient. Just aplly it on the edges and it will be sealed.
B Deen
B Deen Prieš 15 dienų
7:11 hhhh
Thomas The Crunk Engine
Thomas The Crunk Engine Prieš 16 dienų
You should make a classic CRT oscilloscope with this.
JOHN MICHAEL A.BARREDO
JOHN MICHAEL A.BARREDO Prieš 16 dienų
What song is this? 0:27
alphabravo007
alphabravo007 Prieš 17 dienų
Isn't the cathode positive? Why does he say its negative.
agustin arias
agustin arias Prieš 17 dienų
Make a tv pls
Mark Metzger
Mark Metzger Prieš 17 dienų
Your gasket innovation is perfect, now you just need some vacuum grease for a perfect seal. Love your videos my friend !
Rafael Estrada
Rafael Estrada Prieš 17 dienų
be careful. lots of string x rays
Rafael Estrada
Rafael Estrada Prieš 17 dienų
strong*
BippityboppityBOO
BippityboppityBOO Prieš 17 dienų
Grollan Cream Dolsh August 21s 2021 West First farm person Dad
KR - H
KR - H Prieš 18 dienų
2:53 12:07
CaizBlazerGaming
CaizBlazerGaming Prieš 18 dienų
me: broo the coolest invention yet elon musk: >:(
Harsh Raj
Harsh Raj Prieš 18 dienų
And this my friend, was once done by JJ Thompson too, which led to the discovery of electron.
Weaponsandstuff93
Weaponsandstuff93 Prieš 19 dienų
Please get a Geiger counter/ionisation chamber and measure how strong the X-rays were.
RipperPlaysClon
RipperPlaysClon Prieš 20 dienų
That thumbnail doe-
Camilo Castillon
Camilo Castillon Prieš 20 dienų
imagine this guy's electric bill
Sershin Thomas
Sershin Thomas Prieš 20 dienų
I like your skills in electronics.. 👌👌
Hamid Mohseni
Hamid Mohseni Prieš 21 dieną
خیلی باحالی مهندس دمت گرم
Edward Fletcher
Edward Fletcher Prieš 21 dieną
DIY Aurora Borealis !
Kash Jayaraman
Kash Jayaraman Prieš 22 dienas
It would be really interesting if you could do the double-slit experiment with electrons in a cloud chamber. Would the alcohol vapor cloud cause the wave to collapse and behave like a particle immediately causing two vapor trails (i.e. similar to placing the observation screen extremely close to the double slit) or would it show trails of vapor disruption that align with how the interference pattern would form?
ElMirc
ElMirc Prieš 23 dienas
Now I want to build this and try with a dosimeter to see whats coming put. Or maybe a germanium crystal and a photomultiplier? Hmmm getting expensive very fast
Pain D. God
Pain D. God Prieš 23 dienas
Hey people of the internet, why is corona discharge an arc? I mean isn't a straight line the shortest distance? I googled and nothing interesting came up.
Great Grizzly
Great Grizzly Prieš 24 dienas
Wow you must love the pAin 🤦🏻‍♂️
Vytas Bingelis
Vytas Bingelis Prieš 24 dienas
Am I the only one bothered by the glass vacuum chamber hanging over the edge? at 12:07
Mazhar Zandsalimi
Mazhar Zandsalimi Prieš 25 dienų
Ok I got a little bit scared when he said Xray, let's hope it stays there and doesn't go up to gamma rays!
Kitsudōte
Kitsudōte Prieš 18 dienų
If you're so scared of radiation, i recommend watching some videos about it. It's not as demonic as the average person thinks. I personally recommend _Illinois EnergyProf_ and _Thunderf00t_ Both have or still do work with radiation and are very good at explaining it. They both have multiple videos about this topic. Enjoy learning \(^.^)/
Edgar Ricardo Perdomo Ayala
Edgar Ricardo Perdomo Ayala Prieš 26 dienų
move a magnet near de cathodic ray
Jiří Vestfy
Jiří Vestfy Prieš 26 dienų
That anode looks like Uranus.
George Coggins
George Coggins Prieš 26 dienų
So in a way this function similarly to an electrolysis tank
Raul pavel 3d
Raul pavel 3d Prieš 26 dienų
4:14 lol well it is high voltage
Aditya
Aditya Prieš 28 dienų
My reaction to 2:00 Holy *profanity* And 3 secs later *Kalm*
フェリックス
フェリックス Prieš 28 dienų
Would you mess around 220V? ;)
Classic Tech
Classic Tech Prieš 28 dienų
Jj Thompson would be proud!
just normal pigeon
just normal pigeon Prieš 28 dienų
Famous words: "here we are forks"
shiningstaer
shiningstaer Prieš 29 dienų
Where is the high voltage stuck in acrylic video?????
꧁Jayden Nuñez 2021꧂
꧁Jayden Nuñez 2021꧂ Prieš 29 dienų
2:53
Amit Bajpai
Amit Bajpai Prieš 29 dienų
my brother- what kill dinosaurs me- 0:35
Alastair Corsair
Alastair Corsair Prieš mėn
Crazy bastard! Smart but is also some real mad scientist vibes here
Bush Camping Tools
Bush Camping Tools Prieš mėn
Not enough vacuum, more Kv and something to test for Xrays, (if u have a target) then u will have it LOL.
Sumit J
Sumit J Prieš mėn
Are you indian..
フェリックス
フェリックス Prieš 28 dienų
Hes iranian-canadian
not _black
not _black Prieš mėn
When I put away my electrical stuff away I feel that I'm gonna to work on a new project. That's why my table is messy
Sonikbytes
Sonikbytes Prieš mėn
hmm...so that is one simple way to modify weather through HV electricity
autarchex
autarchex Prieš mėn
That sure looks like a nice x-ray source!
Vinnit George
Vinnit George Prieš mėn
11:30 the mad scientist! 😂❤️
Samuele Bigi
Samuele Bigi Prieš mėn
2:00 he knew what everyone was expecting, so since it didn't happen, he put it in post production
Ian Krase
Ian Krase Prieš mėn
This is a very poor vacuum -- unfortunately, the tech for making a really good vacuum is frustratingly expensive and specialized. You can get much better results, and a much better distinction between a cold and hot cathode, with a high vacuum. (you need a much higher vacuum to get truly ballistic flow of electrons, and at that point no current will flow unless the cathode is hot.)
ViniGame
ViniGame Prieš mėn
But why doesn't the anode ionize the air too?
Martin Dominikus
Martin Dominikus Prieš mėn
I'm curious, does the insurance company cover him and (if the company agrees) how much does he pay per month After a decade of making LTlost video, well... he is still alive
rjeption
rjeption Prieš mėn
What
Silvertarian
Silvertarian Prieš mėn
I just realized I'm not subscribed... What the hell is wrong with me?
Windows 7 Ultimate
Windows 7 Ultimate Prieš mėn
3:06 he says "See? There is a bit of CORONA Discharge" is what I heard
ShadowoftheDude
ShadowoftheDude Prieš mėn
12:01 Oscilloscopes!
SevenDeMagnus
SevenDeMagnus Prieš mėn
Cool
Dalek Caan
Dalek Caan Prieš mėn
Put Helium in the vaccum chamber... see what happens...
Neil Ruedlinger
Neil Ruedlinger Prieš mėn
Did you purchase a single stage or a two stage vacuum pump? A two stage vacuum pump produces a lower vacuum. Also would've been interesting if you could've modified a camera to image your hand with the x-rays?
Emmanuel Rossi
Emmanuel Rossi Prieš mėn
2:52 That scared the SH*T out of me!
Lampe2020
Lampe2020 Prieš mėn
7:11 "Fump!" and the cap is away. It sounded a bit like a desk firework that doesn't work very well...
Khatharr Malkavian
Khatharr Malkavian Prieš mėn
Building an ion thruster... Accidentally...
Warren Harrison
Warren Harrison Prieš mėn
"I feel a wind blowing on my hand." Yea that's called cell damage from exposure to dangerous particles.
Jason Lin
Jason Lin Prieš mėn
So you still have that hairdryer from a few years ago?
John Marco Dela Torre
John Marco Dela Torre Prieš mėn
this is so funny if elactro boom got shock
MERISVIDEOS1232
MERISVIDEOS1232 Prieš mėn
No one: Electroboom: "I used the sillicon to destroy the sillicon" xd
Skooma Gnark
Skooma Gnark Prieš mėn
12:07 oof, that edge balance :X
Kayla and Jim Bryant
Kayla and Jim Bryant Prieš mėn
You really should be careful regarding your anode voltage there. X-rays... Oh, there you go saying this right as I am writing this. Good man.
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