Why do power lines emit noises?



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    It’s called corona discharge. The electric field around a power line emits enough energy to ionize the air – specificially the oxygen and nitrogen. This produces a low energy plasma that causes air molecules to vibrate at the same rate the energy flows in the wire at about 60 times a second.

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