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Steve:
Hi haroldcr,

Just put your info here.
Lets see how the reactions will be. ;)
I am looking forward to it!

br
steve

haroldcr:

  Hi guys

  There has been talk of seperating the 2 gasses, H2 & O . While reading one of my books, I found that  Magnetic Seperation, is a Partial solution. Hydrogen will still be mixed with Oxygen, be it a small amount.

 Passing the  gas from the Electrolyser, through a Diluted Sulphuric Acid Solution,  will fully seperate the water Vapor and Oxygen from the Hydrogen.  The Hydrogen, will flow from the container, while the rest is retained.

  How this will be seperated later from the Acid, it did not say, and, my time is very limited to persue what all you guys are experimenting with.  Farm life and sawmilling-lumber business, has me pretty well restricted to Internet,  and my dial-up, here in CR,  is poor at best.

  Don't know if this info is any help, but, maybe someone can do some searching, to come up with a way to use this ???

Tommy:
Very interesting Harold. I had noted the problem of applying a vacuum to the electrolysis lowered the boiling point of water. This could possibly be the remedy of extracting the hydrogen from the steam generated by this vacuum boiling before it condenses. Are there any specifics as to the delution of Sulfuric Acid, eg. what to mix it with, etc.? Does it state how long the delution would be effective before it needs to be changed? Very interesting indeed.

Steve:

--- Quote from: haroldcr on July 13, 2008, 15:04:41 pm ---
  Hi guys

  There has been talk of seperating the 2 gasses, H2 & O . While reading one of my books, I found that  Magnetic Seperation, is a Partial solution. Hydrogen will still be mixed with Oxygen, be it a small amount.

 Passing the  gas from the Electrolyser, through a Diluted Sulphuric Acid Solution,  will fully seperate the water Vapor and Oxygen from the Hydrogen.  The Hydrogen, will flow from the container, while the rest is retained.

  How this will be seperated later from the Acid, it did not say, and, my time is very limited to persue what all you guys are experimenting with.  Farm life and sawmilling-lumber business, has me pretty well restricted to Internet,  and my dial-up, here in CR,  is poor at best.

  Don't know if this info is any help, but, maybe someone can do some searching, to come up with a way to use this ???

--- End quote ---

Harold,

Thanks for sharing! Lets see what we can do with this info.
I am happy you found our forum with yr dailup! ;)

br
Steve

haroldcr:

 Thanks Stevie.

  I read some more in that book, and am debating whether to add it here or in another thread.   Not much time to read and post, although I read here as often as possible. Some damn smart people on this site.  :o

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