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Re: Its about time to start building on Ionization projects.
« Reply #16 on: December 09, 2008, 00:27:49 am »
Well, i am talking to myself here.


Not true, I was hunting down a link for us that I ran across while working on my HHO project.

Water Structure and Science -  http://www.martin.chaplin.btinternet.co.uk/index2.html

tons of info on everything water.


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Re: Its about time to start building on Ionization projects.
« Reply #17 on: December 09, 2008, 01:51:48 am »
Dankie,

For oxygen i find always 3 frequencys:
ca 500nm
OI oxygen line at 645,6 nm
ca 777nm


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http://instruct1.cit.cornell.edu/Courses/astro101/lectures/lec08.htm

very nice website!

Thzx Stevie , i just find this laser wavelenght stuff too boring , it makes my head hurt .

THX you much for this info , i know for a fact that the hydrogen keeps his electron till the very end , the oxygen robs the hydrogen of its electron . I heard Stan say that so many times , i'll always remember his description of this ...

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Re: Its about time to start building on Ionization projects.
« Reply #18 on: December 09, 2008, 02:26:33 am »

This covers wavelengths of IR impacts on H20:

http://www.martin.chaplin.btinternet.co.uk/vibrat.html



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Re: Its about time to start building on Ionization projects.
« Reply #19 on: December 09, 2008, 03:51:45 am »
of its electon , confused thoughts ...

DOPE!!

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Re: Its about time to start building on Ionization projects.
« Reply #20 on: December 09, 2008, 10:03:09 am »
Please stay on topic, my dear members.

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Re: Its about time to start building on Ionization projects.
« Reply #21 on: December 10, 2008, 01:49:31 am »
It still would not hurt to hook up one electrode or partial tube length to one side of a lightbulb and the other
side to a positive voltage source and see if there is a connection, electron or current flow through the lightbulb.
Somewhere there are electrons to remove and a lightbulb test would prove it.
Choosing the proper bulb may take a few test runs to see it light a little or alot.
Thats what I think as I have not proved this, I will try it when I get there.
If the electron is free from the valance how it would be damaged after being charged or ionized
and should be used up.
Bottom line a test would prove it.
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Re: Its about time to start building on Ionization projects.
« Reply #22 on: December 11, 2008, 17:03:02 pm »

A few comments / suggestions :

Reducing the burn rate of HHO by mixing with exhaust gasses, ambient air intake, LED, and electricity. Possibly also PCV gases as well.

Switzerland video 1989.




volume %
25% exhaust recycle
25% outside air
50% H2 and O2 (in the common 66% H2 and 33% O2 output)


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Re: Its about time to start building on Ionization projects.
« Reply #23 on: December 11, 2008, 23:53:20 pm »

A few comments / suggestions :

Reducing the burn rate of HHO by mixing with exhaust gasses, ambient air intake, LED, and electricity. Possibly also PCV gases as well.

Switzerland video 1989.




volume %
25% exhaust recycle
25% outside air
50% H2 and O2 (in the common 66% H2 and 33% O2 output)



Hi Warj1990,

How did you get these numbers?
Are they from your own experience?

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