PATENTS REVEALED No 1.

  • Don't be silly Abd. This work is backed up by a number of papers (linked in this thread) and also at least one of the team is a member here. Your 'last line' disclaimer weighs little when compared to the rest of your post. If you don't like it, don't read it.

  • Also, what's about Argon's role ?



    Argon is a versatile catalyst for the first step hydrino reaction. It can accept (ionization) energy of 27.62 eV which seems to be close enough to 27.2 it needs to accept. Rubidium seems to be an even better match, but its usually not in gas phase and more important it's possibly not recovering as Ag does...


    PS: The hydrogen spots on the surface should in fact be very very small!!!!

  • I agree with you, in fact my suspicion is voiced in the document attached - not new, I posted it in this thread opening. As for an H-Bridge, no need to design anything, I recently purchased a couple of these and they are very inexpensive and well put together. 600Watts is easily handled. You can use an Arduino to control the board as designed, or as I am doing use a twin-pot stereo volume control and a very simple vibrator circuit to vary frequency and mark/space ratios of the output. I keep track of everything with an oscilloscope. It suits my particular purpose.


    Best of luck if you decide to proceed, and please take note of our choice of lead sheet electrodes, it does seem to be a key element.


    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/141679592761?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

  • Lead sheets like you used in the experiments described in that newsletter were certainly among a possible electrode choice. I also considered Nickel, Nickel-Copper alloy, stainless steel.


    Hi. Not tried Nickel, or Nickel/Copper alloy- but 316 stainless steel has not been shown to work (yet). Iron -as in mild steel sheet - or Zinc are possible but with little supporting evidence yet. Roofing lead sheet is what I use, not expensive and readily available in many places. And it is not far along the periodic table from Pb to Pd.

  • @gameover


    I forgot to mention. I note your comment about skewing the poz/neg ratio using the H bridge. IMHO, not much point. Whatever poz/neg balance you use you always get the same Oxygen/Hydrogen ratio. But on the general topic of polarity reversal, keep the speed down below 2-3 Hz otherwise you will get instant re-combination - a hot cell and no gas.


    ETA- apologies for attribution error, now corrected. Been a very boozy lunch kind of day.