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Author Topic: Urine electrolysis with platinum electrodes better HHO  (Read 8188 times)

Offline franco malgarini

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Urine electrolysis with platinum electrodes better HHO
« on: February 21, 2015, 06:38:17 PM »
I found this experiment on another forum and I'll participate because it seems very interesting

The inefficiency of the engines HHO is difficult to split the molecules if not using an electrolyte to convey more easily electrons in the solution.
For some reason, the electrolyte is most used is sodium chloride, which produces in addition to hydrogen and oxygen, and also chlorine in the solution of sodium hypochlorite (bleach).
It would be more convenient to use as the electrolyte sodium hydroxide, which guarantees a greater contribution of hydrogen and oxygen, or better yet highly mineral water, since it contains free ions.
But, however, the reaction would not be optimal.

Here is my proposal:
Urea contains 4 atoms of hydrogen, carbon united by bonds weak.
The urine also is the best available electrolytic solution, since it contains intermediaries but free ions thus increasing the electrical conductivity.
A solution in weight of 1 kg of urine per 100 g of sodium hydroxide and 20 grams of potassium hydroxide should ensure 400% more efficiency compared to the classical electrolytic cells HHO.
The palladium is also an excellent catalyst, incorruptible in similar conditions and speeds up the decomposition of the hydrogen atoms.

The heat reaches 300 ° C.

Up to 400% more efficiency compared to cells HHO.
Reaction accelerated by the palladium which acts as a catalyst inert.
The electrodes will never be replaced.
High hydrogen production.
The urine is easily available as the hydroxides.
The cell can be cleaned much more easily than those based on the electrolytic solution based on water and sodium chloride.

These are my deductions, I also did some tests in this regard, with great success.
I'll be honest, I do not use electrolytic cells for the car but to produce a flame with enough heat to melt some metals, and I noticed that the highest temperatures were produced with the solution described above.
I also noticed that with the palladium catalyst reactions happening much faster.
In 20 minutes I a balloon inflated to 6 liters of hydrogen using this method, while only 2 liters with HHO in highly concentrated saline solution.
From the combustion of gas, for spectrographic analysis, I noticed that in the cell HHO highly salinized I produced also obvious amount of chlorine (toxic to the environment, corrosive to your engines, dangerous for yourself).
While with urine and hydroxides of sodium and potassium, a friend of mine said that the CNR for 93% hydrogen gas was produced.

I forgot, current used 24V dc 1.878 Amp.


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Re: Urine electrolysis with platinum electrodes better HHO
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2015, 07:43:31 PM »
Already imagine the houses of the future with separate sanitary pee and poop,
 the single urinal for male and female,
 and this simple system for the self energy:


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Re: Urine electrolysis with platinum electrodes better HHO
« Reply #2 on: February 22, 2015, 11:08:49 AM »
excuse me: palladium electrodes are