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corona discharge


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The discharge of electricity (also known as a brush discharge) from the tips of sharp objects, such as lightning conductors, ships’ masts, and aircraft propellers and wing-tips. Corona discharges are often accompanied by a fizzing or crackling sound, and a luminous glow. See St Elmo's fire.

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