I've already created milky fog, and large bubble fog with plain electrolysis. If your electrodes are very close, like 0.1mm, you'll have big bubbles and no white fog. If your electrodes are 1 or 2mm apart, you'll have the milky cloud.

What voltage are you applying, constant or pulsed?

The voltage value?

What is the current consumption?

What is the value of water resistance at 0.1 mm and at 1-2 mm

always pulsed.

For the 2mm cell, about 300v with 1000v peaks, for the 0.1mm, about 50v with 70v peaks.

for the 2mm cell, 1amp rms on the input with 20 or 30 amps peak, for the 0,1mm cell, 2amp rms input, 10amp peak.

water resistance at 2mm about 100 ohms. water resistance at 0.1, is very low, about 1 ohm.

It was all pure electrolysis. The higher the voltage, more current you got for a resistive load like the cell. I never saw any increase in the voltage making the amps go down, its always a linear relationship.