I have been intensly studying the work of stan meyers as of recent to attempt a contraption that will charge distilled water with no electrolyte with amped up current to break apart the H2O bonds without force but to allow them to collapse by distorting the angle at which the bonds are formed. My theory is using a type of transformer or tesla coil that a certain pattern of increasing wave strength can be formed which pulses very rapidly. The gradual increase in electric wave size would slowly pull the Hydrogen bonds apart to breaking point then cycle back to a low frequency allowing the H2O to basically collapse on its own. My question is can electric current fed through a transformer coil with patterns much like the desired wave create just this as a result? If the coils replicate a pattern by varying in size in increasing (patterned) margins can a pattern be created and harvested for more efficiency in electrolysis of water or other solutions? Example below.