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Re: Resonant cavity sphere
« Reply #16 on: May 12, 2016, 07:55:18 am »
http://www.chem1.com/acad/webtext/chembond/cb08.html

http://www.ch.ic.ac.uk/vchemlib/course/mo_theory/main.html

in this link you find about this and what makes the covalent forces exist...

to take one electron out of a hydrogen molecule (H2) is easier than take the electron from the H atom... because in the H2 there is one electron left... to take this electron out is harder...

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Re: Resonant cavity sphere
« Reply #17 on: May 12, 2016, 19:04:55 pm »
The thing is that is should be easy to get a 3.5 inch sphere and a pwm....

No fancy items.
adjustment of the pulse width is a must, as you crank up voltage and because you want to limit current somewhere in the proces....
During tinkering we should see some sweet points...

So, thats on my agenda now...
And if we have figured out how this works, we can move one.....


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Lets go Jet like bubbles
« Reply #18 on: May 12, 2016, 20:16:05 pm »
I wish you very well good luck! i believe is a good way to go but sphere is not a trivial task to obtain and align... perheps not as much as i imagine...

i will try some but with cylinders for now i will try to use a guitar string as a central  electrode having much smaller radius than the cylinder... so the outside sphere was 3,5 inch?

what was the size of the inner sphere?

i have some small magnets spheres like 5 or 6 mm diameter i could try to use it as electrode...





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Re: Resonant cavity sphere
« Reply #19 on: May 12, 2016, 21:27:07 pm »
Samual leach ?.... has a simular arrangement.

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Re: Resonant cavity sphere
« Reply #20 on: May 13, 2016, 22:39:31 pm »
i dont know this samuel..

i was thinking about and i guess i found a missing link... when i was working with barium titanate i found that capacitors have absorption effects...this mean that just like a iron core in a coil if you dont actually reverse the direction of the current there will be groups that remain alligned and as such its not there to be polarized again over and over as it is already polarized....

this is called hysteresis . and it mean that the sistem will remain with some of the charge you put into it necessarely... as water is polar this effect is very pronounced much more than in plastics... however as water have some kinnetic energy the molecules will  disorder fast

when the switch is open here i see a big spike little after that goes up to 70v positive as the switch is on low side...

actually there is my protection system connected in parallel with the cell as im using the freq generator that you see in the videro and its prepared to pulse transformers and allow them to collapse .... i guess this 70v may come from the inductance of the lead wires...



you see what i mean?

yesterday i did some tests and labview gave me strange graphs for current... i kind of found a resonance at 7hz or so... the water shakes...

just pulsing 50% 12v pulseslike you said steve but i get potassium hydroxide on water... using the polished electrodes it gives some nice gas at 2 or 3 amps or so... may be 6 amps peaking...

just one cell... the cell is closed on one side so water stand on its own... 

at certain frequencies it created a small fog like like those foggers.

there is very littel amount of water in the system but only in the gaps of the tube and rod (closed below) but having maybe 5mm of water lever over the cap

the graph showed a sine wave that went to zero periodically like if applying 7hz made the cell to absorb the current in a ac like behavior

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Re: Resonant cavity sphere
« Reply #21 on: May 14, 2016, 05:57:39 am »
Yea leach has a sphere system patent with lasers and steam....i was watching a guy on you tube last night using a washer drain pump as an pure tone oscillator. ... im looking into an oscillator like that now ....i thought was a cool way to generate pure tone variable frequency :)

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Re: Resonant cavity sphere
« Reply #22 on: May 15, 2016, 00:18:54 am »
still dongt know who is this...

i think nobody understood my bad english hahaha

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Re: Resonant cavity sphere
« Reply #23 on: May 15, 2016, 09:21:12 am »
what happend at 7hz Fabio?