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Old 04-09-2012, 06:25 AM
vrand vrand is offline
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Originally Posted by Michael John Nunnerley View Post
OK the video is now on my web site with a little more explination. You really must think of the implications of this, even though I have shown only a very very basic setup so you can visualise the reaction.

This is common duct and with no catalyst electrodes, a full working modular cell has been designed and a further cell design which separates the gases. Note the distance from one electrode to the other, it is 4cm "11/2"".


Are your electrodes completely coated with insulation? What do you use for the insulation? Tube metal type? What type of water, tap, distilled or seawater?

Per your paper "none-electrolytic-splitting-h2o-part-two":

"In a tube cell immersed in water the tubes have to be insulated completely so as not to give direct contact with the water and so to one another. Only RF waves are wanted to pass through the water creating Vbe from the heterodyning signals."

What is the advantage using tubes vs. plate electrodes?

Cheers Mike
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