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Re: Dielectric Greater than Water Needed
« Reply #8 on: December 01, 2013, 10:38:19 am »
I don't know of any metal oxides that heal on their own ... if you send me a circuit I can try with GO in a few weeks.

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Re: Dielectric Greater than Water Needed
« Reply #9 on: December 01, 2013, 13:51:27 pm »
I don't know of any metal oxides that heal on their own ... if you send me a circuit I can try with GO in a few weeks.

If the alloy used has a metal that oxidizes in its composition, it will self heal by reacting with the electric current and the water!  In this way self healing.

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Re: Dielectric Greater than Water Needed
« Reply #10 on: December 01, 2013, 16:27:49 pm »
graphene is not an insulator , graphene oxide is...
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If the alloy used has a metal that oxidizes in its composition, it will self heal by reacting with the electric current and the water!  In this way self healing.
  no .. no.. no in this way self-rusting  ;) :D  send me a circuit I can try it with GO

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Re: Dielectric Greater than Water Needed
« Reply #11 on: December 01, 2013, 17:10:14 pm »
graphene is not an insulator , graphene oxide is...
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If the alloy used has a metal that oxidizes in its composition, it will self heal by reacting with the electric current and the water!  In this way self healing.
  no .. no.. no in this way self-rusting  ;) :D  send me a circuit I can try it with GO

Not all oxides are "rust".  Rust is iron oxide.
There are numerous gating pulse circuits to try out there.

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Re: Dielectric Greater than Water Needed
« Reply #12 on: December 01, 2013, 19:06:39 pm »
I'm also studying chemistry ts.. this is a bad idea .. once the oxides form they won't react with water unless you scrape it off.. even if you have a pulsing circuit that changes polarity you will eat away the metal... just drop some alum foil in there it's better.

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Re: Dielectric Greater than Water Needed
« Reply #13 on: December 01, 2013, 20:55:40 pm »
what you have in not graphene then do a google search

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Re: Dielectric Greater than Water Needed
« Reply #14 on: December 01, 2013, 22:11:58 pm »
graphene is not an insulator , graphene oxide is...
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Like I said Steve, the graphene film sample that I sent you is most certainly a highly diaelectric constant insulator
so I'd disregard what is in that quote, if you choose to test it as per my previous post.

Hi George,

I ll gues i can give it a go and see what the graphene brings.

Steve



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Re: Dielectric Greater than Water Needed
« Reply #15 on: December 01, 2013, 22:45:35 pm »
I'm also studying chemistry ts.. this is a bad idea .. once the oxides form they won't react with water unless you scrape it off.. even if you have a pulsing circuit that changes polarity you will eat away the metal... just drop some alum foil in there it's better.

Isn't that kind of the point!?!  The oxide forming is SUPPOSED to prevent it from interacting with the water.  The electric field will still exert force on the water without current conducting through it.

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