Water Splitting by Magnetism | The current invention is a “Magnetolysis” device that is configured for splitting water by use of magnetism. in the splitting of the bipolar water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen molecules. Bedini’s magnetic hydrogen and oxygen extraction Magnetolysis Water Fuel This forum is for discussion on any water fuel topic dealing with. MAGNETOLYSIS OF WATER In magnetolysis, magnetic induction is used a potential difference of 2V was created that resulted in hydrogen generation via.
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The energy it takes to free hydrogen from it’s chemical bonds with Oxygen in water is the same no matter what source you use. I came across this information recently where a scientist over 80 years ago claimed electrolysis of water being powered by magnetic forces only.
Anyway, I don’t think Dingel is doing Magnetolysis – it is irrelevant anyway, he isn’t producing enough volume of hho in his cell to run an entire engine whether it is produced through magnetolysis or electrolysis.
This reinforces the view that it is the movement through a magnetic field, and it associated electromagnetic effect, that is important for disrupting the hydrogen bonding. Anyway Flynn now works for the department of defence and that is why we don’t see much of this technology. Link and full article: Two shiny rods of pure Swedish iron, sealed in holes through opposite sides of a U-shaped tube, resemble a setup familiar to high-school students for breaking up water into hydrogen and oxygen gases by passing electricity through it.
And that is exactly what would happen if Dr. It reduces the polarization and over-potential during electrolysis, and thus increases the effectiveness of hydrogen production. Can a magnet take water to pieces? The magnetic susceptibility of water increases from negative towards positive with magnetic frequency and is reported to be positive i.
His results suited another youngster, year-old James T. In this paper, electrodes with different magnetism are adapted on the hydrogen production by water electrolysis, and the influences of magneyolysis on the electrolysis process are discussed.
Can electrolysis be powered by magnets?
Ehrenhaft recently told the American Physical Society. It seem to be something worth considering.
Felix Ehrenhaft Felix Ehrenhaft: Originally Posted by topangler Evidently, it turned out not to work. So far, no one knows whether they can be led through wires, like electric currents, as well as through conducting liquids. Anyone have tried magnetolysis. This tells that he uses sulphuric acid as electrolyte. Furthermore, ferromagnetism electrodes are more affected by magnetism, and multiply the Wqter effect.
Any wannabe inventors out there? Can electrolysis be powered by magnets? Any factors that reduce hydrogen bonding and hydrogen bond strength, such as electric fields, should encourage reactivity. It was a startling idea—that magnetism, like electricity, flows in currents and can decompose water TIME, Jan.
Electrolysis (better method) Hydrogen and ?
Without a magnet, pure hydrogen is evolved. In fact, makers of the magnets, which are supposed to last for years without material change, have viewed what happens to them with astonishment and dismay.
The Great Global Warming Swindle? Did you watch a video about an inventor, or daniel dingel demonstrated about his hydrogen reactor? Better ways to transmit power? How to account for the phenomena remains a challenge to science, unless Dr.
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When the gases obtained with a permanent magnet are separated, the larger proportion of oxygen is found above the north pole of the magnet. If anyone is intersted in seeing some giffs that I cant fit on this forum email me at wertybro hotmail.
In this field, he finds, the metal particles move toward the north or south amgnetolysis, reversing their direction according to the direction of the magnetic field.
He said clearly that he uses magnetism to split the water. However this only causes a net reduction in hydrogen bonding at high salt concentrations for example 5 M NaClwhereas at lower concentrations 1 M NaCl the increase in water hydrogen bonding in the presence of such high magnetic fields more than compensates for this effect. Subscribe for Weekly Newsletter Register for Updates!