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greetings from the surface
« on: October 15, 2019, 11:04:03 am »
ive been looking at this forum occasionally probably for a few years. im not sure if i understand the purpose or goal of hosting these discusions. obviously it has something to do with running dc throuh water or electrolysis or other processes which are related or completely unrelated to electrolysis with the purpose of converting water into gases but is it to share and inspire to create for strangers? can we share simple to create electrolysis designs?
 i have a similar interest to the last. i havent found much useful i formation that i can use on this forum. is there a reason for that? it feels like people are trying to teach.  my question is what are the effects of decresing the atmzospheric pressure on working electrolysis cells. i seen demonstration that water boils at lower temperature under lower atmospheric pressure unless ive made a mistake and does standard electrolysis function relate to water pressure? 

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Re: greetings from the surface
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2019, 20:49:09 pm »
ive been looking at this forum occasionally probably for a few years. im not sure if i understand the purpose or goal of hosting these discusions. obviously it has something to do with running dc throuh water or electrolysis or other processes which are related or completely unrelated to electrolysis with the purpose of converting water into gases but is it to share and inspire to create for strangers? can we share simple to create electrolysis designs?
 i have a similar interest to the last. i havent found much useful i formation that i can use on this forum. is there a reason for that? it feels like people are trying to teach.  my question is what are the effects of decresing the atmzospheric pressure on working electrolysis cells. i seen demonstration that water boils at lower temperature under lower atmospheric pressure unless ive made a mistake and does standard electrolysis function relate to water pressure?

Hi there.

There is clearly a difference in the visual part of the gas production when you play with vacuum or pressure.
Some say that their production is more efficient with help of vacuum.
But....the totall kg of hydrogen produced is the same at the end.