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Steve:

--- Quote from: haithar on March 22, 2010, 15:18:56 pm ---did you try it?

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Not yet.
Ionizer is on the workbench, blowing lots of cold ionized air in my face...
Doing a 12Kv on a single needle.

Steve

electrojolt:

--- Quote from: Steve on March 22, 2010, 14:39:07 pm ---Now think futher:

What would happen if you where able to create an airflow with lots of "extra"electrons and make that air buble into the bottum of a waterbucket.
What could happen here?

Because there is always a jumping of hydrogen atoms and oxygen atoms, it would be very possible that the oxygen atom will bond with the free elctrons and we will get pure hydrogen out of the water without electrolysis......

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
My mind is getting crazy now...... ::) ::)

Steve

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I did try this last year, it was one of my last tests and didn't work.

my set up was:

TV Fly back transformer
Air compressor
sealed glass container with water.

I had plastic tube going to the bottom of the sealed glass container connected to the air compressor. I could regulate the amount of air flow. also the tube inside the container was plugged and I punctured several little holes in the tube so the air bubbles would be smaller.

the container cap had an second plastic hose for the air to exit.

filled the container with water.

then I tested it, HV coil generating over 25kv, feeding air from the compressor, at different air flow rates.

I cold smell the ionized air exiting the exit tube,

so Ionized air was going in and going under water, but it had no effect at all on making any sort of hydrogen.

now that I'm typing this, I though of one thing I should have tried but didn't think of and you may want to try, and that is using hot water. vs just cold.

Steve:
Hi Jolt,

What do you think of that first statement? Adding electrons to slow down the burnrate of the HHO and Air mix?

Steve

electrojolt:

--- Quote from: Steve on March 22, 2010, 16:16:54 pm ---Hi Jolt,

What do you think of that first statement? Adding electrons to slow down the burnrate of the HHO and Air mix?

Steve

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I do agree with that statement and I had 1st hand experience with it.

when I tested ionizing hho, I would notice a change in the color of the burning hho when ionization was turned on.

one problem is we still need very large amounts of hho.

the other problem is to get the correct balance without causing a unwanted explosion while ionizing hho.

electrojolt:

--- Quote from: electrojolt on March 22, 2010, 18:21:26 pm ---
--- Quote from: Steve on March 22, 2010, 16:16:54 pm ---Hi Jolt,

What do you think of that first statement? Adding electrons to slow down the burnrate of the HHO and Air mix?

Steve

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I do agree with that statement and I had 1st hand experience with it.

when I tested ionizing hho, I would notice a change in the color of the burning hho when ionization was turned on.

one problem is we still need very large amounts of hho.

the other problem is to get the correct balance without causing a unwanted explosion while ionizing hho.

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There is one more issue...

I think that in order for ionization to make an effect, the engine it else would have to be isolated.. as soon as ionized air/hho enters the engine, it would loose or gain electrons and return to its original state.

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