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Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Hollywood, Florida
Kimmerling, I'm not saying that this is the same thing, but...
HHO is also called dihydrogen oxide, which is H2O which is water. A few years ago the state of California was duped (or almost duped) into spending millions of dollars to combat the "carcinogenic effects of dihydrogen oxide" in reservoirs because of a website's advertising.
Splitting H2O into the separate gases of hydrogen and oxygen was something I did in high school chemistry class. We took a beaker of water, placed an electrically charged cathode and annode into the beaker with an upside-down test tube over each, and collected the gasses into the test tubes. After a while we allowed the two test tubes to touch their open faces together to allow the gasses to mix, and POW, a small explosion occured and the gasses formed water again. This explosion is what could make the piston of a car move. So in theory, water could be separated into it's separate gasses, then allowed to re-mix and drive an engine, with water as the waste product.
Problem is it takes too much energy to separate the gasses, and it would be more efficient to run the engine on that electrical energy rather than going through the process described above.
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