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Generally Tesla coild are fairly safe from the point of view of X-ray generation. You could potentially test for it using a sealed can of camera film with a high ISO rating, placing it in the vicinity of the coil while it is operating, and then developing it to see if it is fogged. However, a bigger problem might be ultraviolet light, ozone and nitrogen ...


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There is nothing wrong with working in a completely enclosed box which has an electric safety switch that turns the power off as soon as it is opened. That is exactly how a professional engineer/physicist will solve this safety problem: with deadlocks like this and measures that prevent the beam intersecting your eye under all circumstances of "normal" use. ...


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When working with any laser above class 1, you should seek appropriate qualification for dealing with your specific laser system (which includes both its wavelength and its power), and you should inquire with your institution as to any formal safety requirements. Specifically, you should not take laser safety advice from what are essentially random ...



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