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Re: Hydrogen gas gun
« Reply #8 on: April 26, 2012, 20:16:03 pm »
If 253 is the peak that means all other values are of a lower frequency and higher wavelength. Is that right?

Or do you think it is capable of higher frequency as well?

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« Reply #9 on: May 01, 2012, 19:19:03 pm »
I've looked into it and it looks like that uv light can produce ozone so it seems like the best thing to go with. Thanks again Steve.

Another thing thats been on my mind is the parts that Stan used to build the gas gun. It looks like he used tubes similar to his cells but with slots cut in for the light. The problem i see here is that ionizers like sharp points such as nail tips or pins. Do you guys thinks stans inner electrode was something like this? Sharp points or many sharp points?

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Re: Hydrogen gas gun
« Reply #10 on: May 01, 2012, 23:41:50 pm »
Hi Dave,

Well, thats one of the things that is odd about Meyers design.

About the source for the 250 waves, well, that depends on the source. Some have a wide frequency ange from below 200nm till whatever.
For sure, Stans patents and pictures show nothing usable, except for the idea it self.  Red LEDS doing what? Much to low on power to be able to do something usefull!
Tubes doing ionizing air? In which century?
Google on ionizers and you find what you need... ;)

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« Reply #11 on: May 02, 2012, 00:02:27 am »
Didn't Stan use some kind of lens to "cohere" the diffused light of the high powered 5V LED's? He would often use the term "Laser" signifying a focused beam or something along those lines.

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« Reply #12 on: May 02, 2012, 04:59:47 am »
Bubz, I've read about Stans lens. I don't think a lens would really do anything special. I mean it would just concentrate the light to a point? not increase the frequency.

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Re: Hydrogen gas gun
« Reply #13 on: May 02, 2012, 05:12:43 am »
Steve I agree with you, the theory seems possible but Stans built seems to have a lot of flaws. The only positive thing about using a tube instead of a point is extracting electrons with the EEC. Would it not be easier with a bigger surface? I don't know?

I pretty much have all the parts laying around for how I want to build the gas gun, except for the photon energy. I'm not going to follow Stan's design but focus on how I think it should be built using Stan's theory. I have also redesigned the circuit so the EEC is much simplier. I'm in school for two more weeks but after that I'll start a thread in my project section.

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Re: Hydrogen gas gun
« Reply #14 on: May 02, 2012, 09:43:43 am »
Dave,

How are you going to test what you gonna build?
How does your ideal test setup look like?

Steve

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« Reply #15 on: May 02, 2012, 23:28:11 pm »
Well I'm still working on that. So far I came up with this.
I'll start with 2" clear tube ( not sure how long yet) this tube will be at the center and house the lights. Next I'll use a 4" glass tube with the clear tube placed inside it. The 4" glass tube will have foil wrapped aroundthe out side for the ground. Now the positive electrode is placed between the inner clear tube and the outer glass tube. I haven't  decided how I'm going to make that yet. I was thinking of using a a strip of nail some how. Or a bunch of nails or puns soldered onto a bar.
The positive potential will be suppled by a tv flyback transformer. I'll be pulsing a dpst relay to power the transformer. When the relay switches the transformer off it will switch on the extraction circuit.

Hopefully I explained everything so you can understand, it's not one of my strong points haha

What do you guys think? Any input is welcome