Plasma Basics – How To Nano Coat Copper

How To Nano Coat Copper

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Nano Coating Is One Of The First Skills You Have To Learn When Experimenting With Plasma Energy

The reason is that a nano coated layer on any material acts as a super conductor for plasma energy fields.

Ordinary copper with it’s tightly packed atoms is a great conductor for electricity – the electrons in the electric current can bounce from atom to atom and flow quickly through the copper.

Plasma energy can’t flow easily through these tightly packed atoms, but a copper nano coating layer on the solid copper is like a supper highway for plasma fields (magnetical and gravitational fields).

The nano layer on copper is a layer where the space between the atoms are opened up – think about a popcorn kernel popping.

There are several ways to do this, but in this video Armen will show you how to do nano coating with caustic soda or lye (NaOH).

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