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Old 04-02-2012, 10:11 PM
wrtner wrtner is offline
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Everyone's suggestions are pretty hard work.

I favour John Worrell Keely.

He slammed water with 42.8khz (sound) and the water "dissociated".
What is interesting is that Visaton has a high frequency sound driver, an
HF horn, which has a response from 3khz - 40khz. When the driver
gets to 42.8khz, the graph will have dropped a fair amount, but
there should be sufficient power for our purposes.

Of course, the legendary Bob Boyce uses 42.8 (along with 21.4 and 10.7)
electrically in his 101 plate electrolyser.
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