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Old 04-02-2012, 06:36 PM
Splitwater Splitwater is offline
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Lightbulb Electrolysis of Water

Cavendish was the first to notice that an electrical current would split water into Hydrogen & Oxygen, with Hydrogen being released at the Negative Pole in a DC Circuit.

But, is electricity really needed?

The Negative Pole of any electrical circuit collects heat first.
So, a Spark in a Spark Plug does not ignite the gasoline.
But, the heat on the negative point of a spark plug will, about 5 ms. after the spark jumps the gap!

So, will a pulsating DC Curent, like Meyers used in his conversion of water to Hydrogen Fuel, work better and faster than what Henry Cavendish discovered?

And, is the frequency of the DC Pulse important, like Tesla may have discovered?
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