Is this stuff real?
It is easy to run a car on water: You only need to separate the hydrogen out of the water [electrolysis] and then burn the hydrogen. The problem is that it takes more energy to get the hydrogen out than we get back from it - it is a net loss.
Since this amounts to a perpetual motion claim, it is a closed topic.
Hydrogen is a great energy carrier, but not an energy source. We have to make the stuff.
There is some evidence that injecting hydrogen into a gasoline or diesel-powered engine [to aid combustion] can result in increased efficiencies that exceed the energy cost of producing the hydrogen, but that has yet to be demonstrated. It is often called hydrogen on demand.
We have a member who has posted some good information here.
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