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Re: Hydrogen: which isotope or covalent bond with other atoms do we need
« Reply #16 on: September 07, 2017, 10:00:15 am »
my search didnt bring the fragment yet.
I understand that the serial was some kind of soapserie where the clip was showed of a car with water as a fuel....
The news clip is even harder to track...

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Re: Hydrogen: which isotope or covalent bond with other atoms do we need
« Reply #17 on: February 29, 2020, 10:32:02 am »
a summary:

Goals:
1. a much as possible power out of the produced gas
2. this results in a need for less gas
3. Brownsgas seems to have a bigger bang then strait dc produced gas
4. Monotomic hydrogen has a bigger mass then the atoms in the hydrogen molecule.
5. This answers the following question. Is strait dc better and more efficient or pulsed dc for producing hydrogen.
So, if you want to run an engine on water, please split the water with pulsed dc. low frequency's. Max 200hz
That way, the monotomic gas is not pulled to the other electrode and can rise out the water.

And we all know that monotomic hydrogen is very reactive.
It bonds easy with ionized gasses, like ionized ambient air.
That way you create in the waterbath, where you have to push the ionized air thru, ammonia type of gas.
Or deuterium, if the proces is influenced by a magnetic field and radiation, like soft x rays.

Thats it.
So, never try to run you car on water on strait dc, because thats a waist of time.

Cheers!