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Negative Ion Generator

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Brad Petria, Jul 5, 2003.

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  1. Brad Petria

    Brad Petria Guest


    There are a lot of claims regarding health benefits for negative ion
    generators, but is there any scientific evidence?

    Thanks in advance, Brad

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  2. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    I don't know of any controlled, peer-reviewed scientific studies,
    but I'd venture to say that all the anecdotal stuff I've heard
    about them is that they do have some kind of positive effect,
    to the point that one day I intend to build one.

    It could also serve a purpose as an electrostatic filter,
    maybe, and it's fairly well-known that they do work, but they
    (the filter folk) never seem to attribute any benefits to ions
    that get released.

    And probably some kind of beta particle source might help
    with the ionization, but that's just a sort of 'intuitive'
    thought. There might be some NG where they'd know about that
    sort of stuff, or the wise gurus of sci.electronics probably
    will kindly offer their insights. :)

    Good Luck!
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