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Re: new old tests
« Reply #8 on: August 09, 2019, 17:24:09 pm »
the fist prototype i builded was very interesting with small electrodes i could put more than 5 amps across water with 1,44v at resonance now i realize how special was what i did...

the coil was made of 8 x 30m pieces of 18awg wire twisted together in parallel forming like a copper cable having multiple isolated wires.. you can see it in my video of this prototype on youtube 

the resonance was making the current 90 degrees off from the voltage applied so it just throw amps at the lowest possible voltage..
across the coils and capacitors there was 600volts

the capacitors and coils heat up .. in that case the capacitors heated a lot...

using a better capacitor would decrease the power dissipation... also using a thicker coils would do the same...  interestingly enough when i added a magnet to the coil the voltage increase 50

i was pulsing the circuit with a vic toroidal configuration having few turns on primary and around 100 turns secondary diode than 30 turns choke

without the choke the voltage would not raise so much actually as it did with the choke 

this were the cell that i used most sodium hydroxide..

does it make sense that if we don't have liquid solid interface we perhaps won't have a double layer?

if a cell is used really dry what hell would happen?

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Re: new old tests
« Reply #9 on: August 09, 2019, 17:29:57 pm »
i tell you more

what if the source of radioactivity to increase the atomic yield come from the potassium hydroxide itself?

did you know you can only eat a maximum certain amount of bananas each day because of its radiation?

http://www.ccnr.org/About_Radioactive_Bananas.pdf

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Re: new old tests
« Reply #10 on: August 09, 2019, 18:44:41 pm »
the fist prototype i builded was very interesting with small electrodes i could put more than 5 amps across water with 1,44v at resonance now i realize how special was what i did...

the coil was made of 8 x 30m pieces of 18awg wire twisted together in parallel forming like a copper cable having multiple isolated wires.. you can see it in my video of this prototype on youtube 

the resonance was making the current 90 degrees off from the voltage applied so it just throw amps at the lowest possible voltage..
across the coils and capacitors there was 600volts

the capacitors and coils heat up .. in that case the capacitors heated a lot...

using a better capacitor would decrease the power dissipation... also using a thicker coils would do the same...  interestingly enough when i added a magnet to the coil the voltage increase 50

i was pulsing the circuit with a vic toroidal configuration having few turns on primary and around 100 turns secondary diode than 30 turns choke

without the choke the voltage would not raise so much actually as it did with the choke 

this were the cell that i used most sodium hydroxide..

does it make sense that if we don't have liquid solid interface we perhaps won't have a double layer?

if a cell is used really dry what hell would happen?

A liquid/solid interface isn't needed to form a plasmon surface layer.  A stream of ions is enough, even electrons impacting nearby molecules.

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Re: new old tests
« Reply #11 on: August 10, 2019, 00:21:48 am »
i think what im proposing is to use most of the ionisation energy of water to make all or most the way of the splitting

when you drop water into sodium or potassium hydroxide it ionizes and become very hot very fast what if we could put just a little more energy and instead of heat you get the hydrogen

i think this is what im proposing


so lets think about because its worst to live without it =D

a sodium hydroxide flake actually have one sodium atom for each hydroxide molecule.. when in flake form it will be neutral electrically and insulator

when get wet the water in contact with it will ionize liberating heat and separating the sodium from the hydroxide..


if we put this under a dc voltage the ions are going to have a force applied to them...and maybe could be separated in a easier way.... lets say we had a cell with 10grams of potassium hydroxide dry
if you drop water into it its very dangerous is going to get hot and all but i guess no one thought of doing it under dc voltage for example.. 1v

there is the electrolysis of molten potassium hydroxide that can form a sodium electrode oxygen and water.. ionic compounds when in melt conditions tend to conduct electricity.
 e– + K+ → K     E0 = –2.93 V
2 OH– → O2 + 2H+ + 2 e–     E0 = –0.40 V

So thermodynamically, 3.33 V is the minimum potential required,

why is that so if you only have ions?

why won't it conduct at 1v?

same reason as for the hydroxide diluted in water the matrix hold the ions to each other.. it makes hard but is not actually the complete figure..


did you know that if you keep increasing the concentration (hydroxide solution) at a certain point the resistance start to increase again?

there is an optimal temperature and concentration for lower possible resistance... just for we remember