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TortugaVelozz

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Re: High Powered DIY laser
« Reply #8 on: February 11, 2008, 06:57:16 am »
Well I have a pretty good idea of what laser light will do to a transparent drop of water...   ;D

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Re: High Powered DIY laser
« Reply #9 on: February 11, 2008, 07:48:21 am »
Well I have a pretty good idea of what laser light will do to a transparent drop of water...   ;D

i talked with a guy on the laser pointer forum and he talks like it will just go threw the water and not do anything, not sure if he is guessing or he actually knows it will do nothing? he did tell me to point it at a leather wallet and watch the amazement... that made me think it heats leather???

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Re: High Powered DIY laser
« Reply #10 on: February 11, 2008, 11:07:09 am »
black colors absorb  light, white colors reflect it, TRANSPARENT things let it through, of course.  First let´s have someone here repeat it and post his comment and show us it works, THEN let´s go burning stuff for fun! jeje

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Re: High Powered DIY laser
« Reply #11 on: March 31, 2008, 20:19:16 pm »
stan zapped the water in the WFC, the ambient air and the EGR with laser photon (light) energy.
He said I improves production.   Solid state lasers.

I think hydro is on the right track here with the hi power laser. I did notice that when you microwave the water right before you use it in the cell, the hydrogen production is greatly increased.

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Re: High Powered DIY laser
« Reply #12 on: April 02, 2008, 17:24:09 pm »
black colors absorb  light, white colors reflect it, TRANSPARENT things let it through, of course.  First let´s have someone here repeat it and post his comment and show us it works, THEN let´s go burning stuff for fun! jeje

You are right transparent lets light through, but the froth which comes out the electrodes is anything but transparent.
(http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i283/carbednotch/DSC02368.jpg)
The trick is to inject the laser light at the froth mixed with water as it is traveling inside and through the tube(s).
Plus when you pulse it, there is more energy absorption.