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                  Basic Electrical Theory   ATOM AND ITS FORCES  There are two simple rules concerning electron shells that make it possible to predict the electron  distribution of any element:  1.   The maximum number of electrons that can fit in the outermost shell of any atom  is eight.  2.   The maximum number of electrons that can fit in the next-to-outermost shell of  any atom is 18.  An important point to remember is that when the outer shell of an atom contains eight electrons,  the atom becomes very stable, or very resistant to changes in its structure.  This also means that  atoms  with one  or two electrons  in their outer  shell can  lose electrons much  more easily than  atoms with full outer shells.   The electrons in the outermost shell are called valence electrons.  When external energy, such as heat, light, or electrical energy, is applied to certain materials, the  electrons gain energy, become excited, and may move to a higher energy level.  If enough energy  is applied to the atom, some of the valence electrons will leave the atom.   These electrons are  called  free  electrons.    It  is  the  movement  of  free  electrons  that  provides  electric  current  in  a  metal conductor.   An atom that has lost or gained one or more electrons is said to be ionized or  to have an ion change.   If the atom loses one or more electrons, it becomes positively charged  and  is  referred  to  as  a  positive  ion.    If  an  atom  gains  one  or  more  electrons,  it  becomes  negatively charged and is referred to as a negative ion.

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wait a minute, where does the energy come from that keeps the electron in orbit?

mother nature...

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wait a minute, where does the energy come from that keeps the electron in orbit?
don't push the model too hard..

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I've had and got the right idea for quite awhile on the operation of fuel cell. It works in water much like a ozone gen like sharper image does....   But in  liquid.....  I';m stuck by the math used to calculate the correct matching parts... :(    CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP ME OUT HERE....  Also are the inside and outsides of tube surfaces coated with a insulator to keep the WFC from becoming a inductive heater? :-\

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If you run cell on 110VDC with electrolyte it produces HHO gases for very short time then creates steam like inductive heater.... Temp goes out the roof....

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Sorry to refer to the tubes being used for electrolysis as WFC.... Same SS setup.... Totally different circuits and methods of separation....

So I am right in the fact I need a inductance meter to calculate the LC Resonant Circuit Values? I have a capacitance meter built in multimeter... If I can get my values with capacitance value of WFC only... Please let me know...
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Bought a meter should be on the way hopefully this will getter done....

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