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« on: January 31, 2023, 21:16:32 pm »
Consolidated work related to the Stan's Legacy research group

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« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2023, 21:25:12 pm »
Negative and Positive Vppk magnification as a function of Pulse On time and Vin.
 

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« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2023, 21:26:19 pm »

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« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2023, 21:50:51 pm »
I like your experiments  :)
Nice setup as well.
Did you see any strange anomalies?

The gas you see, is still just the results of amps flowing, so still normal pulsed electrolysis, i think.


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« Reply #4 on: January 31, 2023, 22:01:45 pm »
I want to make an important additional note.

I wrote that the result of this pulsed electrolysis was just standard electrolysis, which is partly true.
The type of gas you get, isotope wise or energetic state, is different.
Read about Browns gas. Pulsed electrolysis creates a type of gas that has more energy in it.
If it is para or ortho hydrogen or monotomic hydrogen of H3 etc, i dont know, as i never had the proper tools to measure.
However, i did ran tests with the gas , using it on running my motorbike and i seen the difference of power.
i mean, creating 4 liters of gas with strait DC or 4 liters with a pulsed DC system makes a HUGH difference.
All in advance of the pulse system setup.....

There you go. All free info  ;)


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« Reply #5 on: February 01, 2023, 00:13:01 am »
I like your experiments  :)
Nice setup as well.
Did you see any strange anomalies?

The gas you see, is still just the results of amps flowing, so still normal pulsed electrolysis, i think.


cheers!

Steve


Thanks. I don't know about the gas makeup either. We don't have access to test equipment needed to analyze it.

I do know, I can stick a gas UV lightbulb in my water, and it lights up :)  I hear interference in my radio. My scope and HV probes freak out, and my nearby computer acts up when it's all running.
Actual usage tests are on the roadmap of course

We've open sourced our setup if anyone is interested in replicating
https://stanslegacy.com/books/chris-bake/page/esp32-complex-waveform-generator-v2

Unlike Ed, we believe Open Source is the ONLY way this is gonna happen.  ;)



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« Reply #6 on: February 01, 2023, 01:20:12 am »
Stan's driver and arrangement for Particle Oscillation as an Energy Generator

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« Reply #7 on: February 01, 2023, 01:23:50 am »
Evidence of HV buildup at the Vout and transferred through the water, as well as wirelessly to nearby water  8)