Please explain how a conductive palladium cathode
can heat up to 175C while maintaining a liquid bubbling film at 105C
between it and the anode
that is necessary for maintaining the electric current .
that is heating it
You said that this could be explained easily.
You may use a lifeline to a friendly physicist
if you so wish.
You have one hour.. since it is easy.. as you say
You have done a very nice work in your last picture. Thank you, I don't need any other help.
And my best compliment for having understood in less than one hour that the electrodes rest on the support. I was afraid it would have taken much more time.