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 Posted: Aug 12th, 2014 11:45 AM
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That's an unusual circuit in post #52. As far as conventional physics is concerned it probably shouldn't do anything, particularly in a DC field.

However, putting a P-N junction in a magnetic field may be interesting, although I doubt such an experiment has been overlooked in the history of semiconductors.

Nevertheless, to 'get something to happen', I suggest there should be a method of adjusting intensity of the field in which the P-N junction is placed, either by varying the current through both coils or adjusting the distance between the N-poles and the diode.

Are there any clues to intensity of the field in which the junction it placed?


Last edited on Aug 12th, 2014 11:47 AM by Jan