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Ion Pump: Tiny Pump Cools PC Chips
  Posted by: Digg on Aug 31st, 2006 6:36 AM
The pump has 2 basic parts. An electrode tip emits a high voltage that strips electrons from molecules of oxygen and nitrogen in the air, ionizing them. These positively charged ions then flow from the tip to a negatively charged collector electrode. As the ions stream to the collector electrode, they create a net flow of cool air.

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