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Author Topic: Resonance and HHO  (Read 84321 times)

Offline alan

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Re: Resonance and HHO
« Reply #75 on: June 07, 2022, 03:54:09 PM »
https://arxiv.org/pdf/1611.04677.pdf

But they did not succeed in water splitting by high electric field only.
thanks for this one. they did succeed but it becomes regular electrolysis, the field helps getting the equivalent of an electrolyte and makes the water conductive, what if current is still blocked like Meyer did? He did describe the increased conduction of water with the use of his amp consuming device. 

carbon-dioxide reduction, that's a nightmare to those who want to introduce a personalized co2 footprint. 

Field-driven pure water splitting at room temperature has been successfully achieved
in this paper based on our metal-dielectric-metal sandwiched-like nanogap
electrochemical cells. The gap distance between anode and cathode down to 37 nm
has been demonstrated. In such deep-sub-Debye-length region, high electric field in
the entire gap significantly enhances water molecules ionization and mass transport,
leading to an electron-transfer limited reaction. This virtual breakdown mechanism
can greatly enhance the equivalent conductivity of pure water to more than 105-fold,
resulting in electrolysis current comparable to or even high than that from 1 mol/L
sodium hydroxide solution, and thus a higher efficiency for hydrogen production. We
propose to investigate this virtual breakdown mechanism further. For example,
reference electrode can be added to study cathode current and anode current
separately; characterizations of capacitance-voltage curves will also provide important
information for theoretical analysis. Moreover, such virtual breakdown mechanism
can be applied on almost all weakly-ionized materials, and may have applications for
ultrafast charging, alcohol electrolysis, carbon-dioxide reduction and fuel cells.
Besides, compared to other NECs, our open cells can be simply fabricated on large
area with high yield, and have great potentials to enhance the rate of redox reactions
for ultra-sensitivity/selectivity. At last, compared to current industrial water
electrolysis, such high-efficiency pure water splitting without any electrolyte at room
temperature, especially connected to renewable energy sources, is very promising for
both mass manufacturing and portable devices for on-demand clean hydrogen
production.