Author Topic: Commercial H production by electrolysis of water while subjected to Microwave  (Read 2166 times)

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 I was just thinking about this when I was taking apart some microwaves the other day, I saved the magnetrons. I don't really know enough about them or there dangers to try something like this, but it's worth saving this patent to try down the rode when my education is further along

I kind of wonder if anything bad would happen when the microwaves are bouncing off the steel electrodes, like putting metal in a microwave?

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I remember that some people did have good succes with using microwaves in combination with water/hho.
But it was pretty complex and dangerous as well...

I dont have any papers about these projects, but maybe google can help you out here....



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Thanks Steve, the problem is access to a microwave with the right frequency.
Not easy for a home experimenter.