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Hydrogen from water.

  1. Sep 12, 2007 #1
    See the following article.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070910/ap_on_sc/burning_seawater_1 [Broken]

    Now I did post here the other day that I saw a lot of Hydrogen coming out of the water when I added salt to increase the conductivity during a plating operation.

    I read the above article and went on to try a few more tests.

    First I got a plastic tube and filled it with salt water. I then sealed the ends and wrapped it around a ferrite and got some pretty good transformer action.

    The next test involved attempting to see if the permability of an inductor would increase if I added a salt water core to an air core inductor.

    I saw no increase in permability so I really don't understand how this guy got this to work in the article unless the radio frequency he is using is up near the microwave bands.

    Anyone got any ideas?
    Last edited by a moderator: May 3, 2017
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