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Electron extraction
« on: June 07, 2008, 08:55:24 am »
I'm not 100% sure but I think I was able to power a light bulb from electrons in the water.

The 12v battery pos and neg are hooked to the tube cell as normal. The EEC would be a pos wire completely insulated from either tubes or +/-wire leads with a SS wire mesh. The light bulb is between the wires from the pos to the insulated wire mesh in water bath.

In later tests I removed the wire from around the tube and made a doughnut shape and was able to find which spots make the light bulb brightest.

If the insulative wire mesh should touch any other 12v source, the bulb will completly turn off.
If the insulative wire mesh should touch any ground, the bulb will burn brightest.

When I turn pull the pos wire to the tube cell, the bulb burns bright.  Not quite sure what is occuring. Can someone explain?

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Re: Electron extraction
« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2008, 14:35:19 pm »
I'm not 100% sure but I think I was able to power a light bulb from electrons in the water.

The 12v battery pos and neg are hooked to the tube cell as normal. The EEC would be a pos wire completely insulated from either tubes or +/-wire leads with a SS wire mesh. The light bulb is between the wires from the pos to the insulated wire mesh in water bath.

In later tests I removed the wire from around the tube and made a doughnut shape and was able to find which spots make the light bulb brightest.

If the insulative wire mesh should touch any other 12v source, the bulb will completly turn off.
If the insulative wire mesh should touch any ground, the bulb will burn brightest.

When I turn pull the pos wire to the tube cell, the bulb burns bright.  Not quite sure what is occuring. Can someone explain?

CN

Make you make a drawing on how you setup this EEC?
Then i am more then willing to try to answer your questions

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Re: Electron extraction
« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2008, 17:05:46 pm »
hi carbednotch,

can you please tell me, do you use any electrolyte in your cell or are you on pure water like steve ?

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Pure water of course.

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Re: Electron extraction
« Reply #3 on: June 07, 2008, 17:11:39 pm »
STEVIE: THE DIAGRAM=


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Re: Electron extraction
« Reply #4 on: June 07, 2008, 18:00:35 pm »
I think this helps.   Could you go into a bit more detail w/the jars?
Thanks

ok.............don't know if you are already going down this road, but.........
have you considered modifying your cell design so that instead of putting the negative ion charge back into a battery, or bulb, put it into a leyden jar an

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Re: Electron extraction
« Reply #5 on: June 07, 2008, 18:05:41 pm »
from the stored charge in the negative leyden jar, short this out to the positve jar with the h+ hydrogen cation in.....what happens.........H2 released ......doubled you H2 production for the same input energy.

there is a little more to the cell design and the flow of water/electrolite and the wiring up of the leyen jars................i am currently building this myself and will let you know....!!!

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I can see how cell design would have an effect on the amount of energy drawn from the water... What is the best design you have seen?

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Re: Electron extraction
« Reply #6 on: June 07, 2008, 21:13:20 pm »
Enlightening, to add picture, just click on:

Additional Options...

Push on the grey button and search on your computer for the right pictures

Choose POST and ready you are.
If you still cannot add pics, i suggest you mail them to me and i will add them for you ;)

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Re: Electron extraction
« Reply #7 on: June 07, 2008, 23:08:08 pm »
James,

Nice picture.  It works and thats the most important thing.
I have a question:
Do you suggest that there is an electrolysis proces between the plus electrode and the negative electrode with that insulated neutral plate ?

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