> -- by making it into thin/wide strap (or hollow tube) instead of a filled
> circular cross-section, keeping the same amount of copper per foot. That
> minimizes the inductance. (Yes, that amounts to the skin effect
> placing all the copper near the surface of the conductor.)
are you saying that the small coil of 1/2" copper tubing hanging in my
garage would be a better grounding conductor that my heavy gauge solid
(I can never remember if the soft copper tube used for water is K or M. I
I think it's 1/2"OD.
I could easily flatten one end for clamping to ground rods.