Well, by doing this with water, ionized or not (although ionised water is more conductive), the only thing you will have is electrolysis. Bubbles of gas will form in both plates. Unless I'm not getting something.Sorry bout the poor amount of detail in the question, i had thought about it
as a capacitor and i might actually try something like that. The setup will be more like the deflector plates in a CRT, i want to pass charged (ionised) water between the two plates and hopefully should see the water (extremely fine mist) deflect towards one of the plates. My own understanding suggests that it would have to be charged up to Mvolts. Note the plates are about a 12" x 12".
Actually just as a side question what is electrostatic, my understanding is that it is a charge (electron) that has been drove out of the atom structure by an attraction to a positive charge or by a very high potential?
What puzzles me is how you can built up such high potentials on your cloths?
Also would an electrostatic source (whatever that is) be of very high impedance or can you even talk about electrostatics in such a way?
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