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why Stanley used Higher Voltage....
« on: November 28, 2023, 21:06:46 pm »
the higher the voltage, the faster the electrons move. This is because the electric field increases their kinetic energy.

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Re: why Stanley used Higher Voltage....
« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2023, 00:24:48 am »
Yes… i think so too..

but the mean free path limit that speed dissipating…

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Re: why Stanley used Higher Voltage....
« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2023, 08:51:41 am »
Yes, that true.
I think that the effect that we are looking for, is the electron avalance...
The old documents all state that we need to align the molecules first.
Thats the electrolysis part, even if it is just for a very short periode in thime.
Then the BEMF pulse from all coils involved come quickly afterwards and hit the electrons from the molecules, as stated by Stan.And there is the where the overunity effects comes from.
The electron avalance.

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Re: why Stanley used Higher Voltage....
« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2023, 18:19:07 pm »
I don't agree. Current is the number of electrons through a cross section per unit time. Stanley prevented the current, that is, made it less than 1 ampere.
For Faraday electrolysis, electrons are useful, so the current there is up to 20 amperes and higher. For Meyer's voltrolysis, electrons are harmful, so it was made at less than 1 ampere

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Re: why Stanley used Higher Voltage....
« Reply #4 on: December 16, 2023, 14:52:54 pm »
He restricted but according to himself he had what he called a leakage current … and the output gas was a geometric progression of the current input! Meaning more than one conversion per electron used..