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Author Topic: New aluminum-rich alloy produces hydrogen on-demand for large-scale uses  (Read 7846 times)

Offline Goat

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This thread has been started with the intention of using the information given in the article at http://www.physorg.com/news122655117.html in order to start a discussion on the possibility of knowledgeable users on this site to come together and try to figure out an easy way to replicate this aluminum-rich alloy to produce hydrogen using readily available ingredients and materials available to all.

I am not a chemist and do not know if this is even possible to accomplish as a group here on this site without degenerating into a messed up and confusing mess but here goes....can anyone validate this recipe?

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Paul

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@ All

This thread has been started with the intention of using the information given in the article at http://www.physorg.com/news122655117.html in order to start a discussion on the possibility of knowledgeable users on this site to come together and try to figure out an easy way to replicate this aluminum-rich alloy to produce hydrogen using readily available ingredients and materials available to all.

I am not a chemist and do not know if this is even possible to accomplish as a group here on this site without degenerating into a messed up and confusing mess but here goes....can anyone validate this recipe?

Regards,
Paul
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           posible? sure is. ecconomic no. this is an old idea, the problem with it is the cost. have you priced aluminum?
last time i did scrap aluminum ran as much as 2000 bucks a ton and the h2 it made would have the energy of 350
litres of gasoline. its just a way to store electricity and not a good one.
 3H2O + 2AL > 2ALO3 + 3H2
the reaction is not hard to do, but me i would sell the aluminum buy gas and take a trip to Las Vegas with the profit.
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Re: New aluminum-rich alloy produces hydrogen on-demand for large-scale uses
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2011, 03:06:22 PM »

 

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