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Title: new Watercar success claims
Post by: hartiberlin on May 13, 2005, 10:27:45 AM
Here is a summary of some new
watercar rebuilts from wasserauto.de forum
posted into the autobild.de
forum:

http://www.autobild.de/forum/showthread.php?s=4a9e5dffaa651176aaea012b2f6cf360&threadid=12123
Title: Re: new Watercar success claims
Post by: rensseak on May 13, 2005, 04:37:00 PM
Here is a summary of some new
watercar rebuilts from wasserauto.de forum
posted into the autobild.de
forum:

http://www.autobild.de/forum/showthread.php?s=4a9e5dffaa651176aaea012b2f6cf360&threadid=12123

It is for the person who can not read german realy bad. If you use an electrode from titanium as kathod than the electolysis is muche better but titanium is not funktion as anod.

rensseak
Title: Re: new Watercar success claims
Post by: rlm555339 on May 13, 2005, 09:06:48 PM

It is for the person who can not read german realy bad. If you use an electrode from titanium as kathod than the electolysis is muche better but titanium is not funktion as anod.

rensseak

Why not?  It conducts.
Title: Re: new Watercar success claims
Post by: rensseak on May 13, 2005, 10:43:53 PM
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Why not?  It conducts.
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Good question, next question. ::)
Yes, titanium is a conductor and I do not know why only as cathode. That is what I have experienced.

rensseak
Title: Re: new Watercar success claims
Post by: rlm555339 on May 14, 2005, 04:04:03 AM

Good question, next question. ::)
Yes, titanium is a conductor and I do not know why only as cathode. That is what I have experienced.

rensseak

Could it be that it's conducting just fine but that an anode produces oxygen instead of hydrogen?  The cathode delivers twice as much gas because there is twice as much hydrogen as oxygen.  Perhaps?
Title: Re: new Watercar success claims
Post by: rensseak on May 14, 2005, 08:41:29 AM

Good question, next question. ::)
Yes, titanium is a conductor and I do not know why only as cathode. That is what I have experienced.

rensseak

Could it be that it's conducting just fine but that an anode produces oxygen instead of hydrogen?  The cathode delivers twice as much gas because there is twice as much hydrogen as oxygen.  Perhaps?


Mmmh, may be! The titanium cathode is producing hydrogen, that's right. If I use titanium as anode and cathode nothing will happen.
In the periodic system I read, titanium at high temperature absorbs much hydrogen. Could it be that then palladium is a better electrode because it absorbs much more hydrogen already at low temperature? Do you know if there is a alloy from this two metals?

regards
rensseak

rensseak
Title: Re: new Watercar success claims
Post by: DADINK on July 28, 2005, 11:43:18 PM
I think absorbing hydrogen is bad AND wrong
Title: Re: new Watercar success claims
Post by: sypherios on August 04, 2005, 08:29:56 PM
dadink??
Title: Re: new Watercar success claims
Post by: DADINK on August 05, 2005, 12:30:29 AM
thats me :)