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Okay, Alan you have a good point, but if the electrons was taken out of the water and not the wfc... was a separate water container used for this purpose?..

The electrons were taken out of h2o but not extracted from the wfc

Anyway i tested a cell with PDC and a LED as a "amp consuming device".. only five or six volts.. i am glad i did, cell was completely steady with no amp climbing on the multimeter. ( when i took off the LED the amp where climbing slow up.
Have also tyred AC and it is making extremely amounts of Hydrogen/ Oxygen from ca 180 Volt and up, but water is getting hot after a while and that is not what Stanley did..
So AC or DC or PDC is making more or less heat if you make a lot of gas in straight clean tapwater whatever you do.
But i found an "scientific article" sometime ago and wrote something important down : "Much heat is released when hydrogene and oxygen recombine to form water."
Aha, so this is where the heat is coming from..I believed it was coming from the amps.. How did Stan keep the gasses apart in the wfc so he could build up the pressure and keep it "cold"?.. Even if he used no amps, he must have had solved the problem with recombining. Do LED`s solve this problem? can`t see any LED in his demo cell. I have tested with LED`s but that was for making more gas and i didn't see any improvement, but LED`s used to hold the gasses apart have i not tested yet. But i have found out that LED`s working on AC with up to double voltage...the light is pulsing a bit if you look close...don`t know how long they will last on AC.

The closest to no voltage loss in a cell is with AC so far.
 
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Re: Stan Meyer: What is high voltage in the hydrogen and oxygen generator
« Reply #9 on: September 02, 2009, 11:09:33 am »
Okay, Alan you have a good point, but if the electrons was taken out of the water and not the wfc... was a separate water container used for this purpose?..

The electrons were taken out of h2o but not extracted from the wfc

Anyway i tested a cell with PDC and a LED as a "amp consuming device".. only five or six volts.. i am glad i did, cell was completely steady with no amp climbing on the multimeter. ( when i took off the LED the amp where climbing slow up.
Hello Alan,
i'd like to know how you connected the led to your cell.
I would do it with a grid mesh of ss in the water, in series with a led to ground. how did you do it?