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Water Cavity
« on: January 27, 2024, 11:17:52 am »
I’ve been thinking about microwaving water at a higher frenquency than its usual… the idea is to avoid the absorption of the waves while interacting with the molecules the thing is how to rectify the high frequency as to form gases

Now how a magnetron would work if it was filled with water?

Inside a microwave cavity the fields superimposed reflect and reach a high amplitude

I wonder if that isn’t just enough, remaining only applying some ridiculously low dc high amps thru many of this cavities in series

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Re: Water Cavity
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2024, 17:28:41 pm »
That will be very difficult to do, Fabio.
How about using more microwave units at once?
Sort of reaction chamber with 4 microwave guns?
That would be fun  :)