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Re: Electrode comparison
« Reply #48 on: December 03, 2018, 16:30:47 pm »
I´m thinking about doing the following experiment

with some cells in series like this for apply 12v directly

every cell in serie will multiply the amperage in terms of hydrogen production so for 10 cells in series using 40 amps would be like 400 amps of hydrogen produced..

Anode HCl Cathode - Anode NaOH Cathode - Anode HCl Cathode - Anode NaOH Cathode - Anode ...

I´m not sure whats going to happen on the middle electrode.. the problem is that the solutions must not be in contact with each other,..

i think about using multiple isolated cells but of course will do only a couple to see whats going on...

next test will be to get the hydrogen bubbles get on the anode! .. the idea is that it would further reduce the potential... perhaps an air pump could be used to recirculate the gas on the anode perhaps on the opposite side where the reaction is going

i´m starting to think that the electron extraction grid was actually the anode in meyer cell so the hydrogen would have to pass thru it!

I imagine a 3 plate cell pretty much like the one in the video but with the anode on the up side for the bubbles of hydrogen reach it "! or passing thru a ss screen connected to the anode.

I think meyer said platinum could not be used `` it would breakdown under the conditions  / New Zealand `` perhaps because it would ignite the hydrogen with the oxygen at the anode... 

i dont know much about the cold fusing process but i guess the basic idea would be to get the hydrogen cheap and mess around with it with radiation and voltage to stimulate the energy to get out like all the inventors said.. to get a decent magnetic field on the cell maybe would be better to wind a coil around the cell itself or use permanent magnets

talking about magnetic fields how its going with the Horvath cell Steve?

i was thinking why the hell Meyer used a resistor in that patent and he talks about reaching different potential levels etc ..i wonder what was that about 

i think we should do the following experiment too urgently

have a 10Kohm high power resistor like 40w and get an isolated low voltage source too

connect the dc low voltage across the cell and the the 10kohm resistor between the cathode and ground

than pulse the anode with the vic to get 600 volts at it and see what happen with the current on the dc accordingly with the pulsing

i guess this was what he was trying to protect


1,23v              0v          +400mv           -829mv
Anode HCl Cathode - Anode NaOH Cathode
A            1,23v       B             1,23v          C