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There are no sparks/arcs in vacuum. Unless you get field emission, which requires very high charge densities i.e. either high voltages or very small structures on the emitting surface, there has to be an initially non-conducting medium that can be ionized in the field between the electrodes. Once that ionization occurs, there will be a cascade of electrons ...


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The speed of the electron in a vacuum (or close vacuum) depends on the voltage applied to them. The higher the tension, the quicker they are (speed proportional to the square root of the voltage applied). Dielectric has nothing to do with electrons, but everything to do with light... On top of that, vacuum is a dielectric...



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