Friday, February 24, 2012

Free Hydrogen Gas Technology: a New to Science Technology

Free Hydrogen Gas Technology: a New to Science Technology
A quick Google Search for "Electrostatic Dissociation Technology" will indicate how New to Science this
[Voltage does Work] approach to chemistry really is!

We can best honor what this man gave the world by acting upon this information, email someone, talk in public and bring this into the consciousness. Thank You!

Stanley Meyer. below, during one of his video interviews...

"currently the cheapest source of hydrogen gas" produced 0 results in a Google Search on Feb 28th, 2012!
"methane reforming" "the cheapest source of hydrogen"
"methane reforming" "the cheapest source of hydrogen"
Only because the Stanley Meyer (Genius) has been "buried"
Hydrogen Gas Technology: Evolve the Possibility, create the efficiency we deserve!

The rate of reaction for the dissociation without Outside Influence
H2O → H+ + OH-
depends on the activation energy, ΔE. According to the Boltzmann distribution the proportion of water molecules that have sufficient energy, due to thermal population, is given by
\frac{N}{N_0} = e^{-\frac{\Delta E^\ddagger}{kT}}
where k is the Boltzmann constant. Thus some dissociation can occur because sufficient thermal energy is available. The following sequence of events has been proposed on the basis of electric field fluctuations in liquid water.[5] Random fluctuations in molecular motions occasionally (about once every 10 hours per water molecule[6]) produce an electric field strong enough to break an oxygen-hydrogen bond, resulting in a hydroxide (OH) and hydronium ion (H3O+); the proton of the hydronium ion travels along water molecules by the Grotthuss mechanism and a change in the hydrogen bond network in the solvent isolates the two ions, which are stabilized by solvation. Within 1 picosecond, however, a second reorganization of the hydrogen bond network allows rapid proton transfer down the electric potential difference and subsequent recombination of the ions. This timescale is consistent with the time it takes for hydrogen bonds to reorientate themselves in water.[7][8][9]
Stanley Meyer found a way using a very small amount of energy to increase this natural instability!

Quote material from Stanley Meyer...
"[32:44] No. The valves have been designed very recently to operate off of non-leaded gasoline. And since we use the exhaust gases to cycle back in and to modulate the burn rate of hydrogen gas, as we now control the burn rate to co-equal gasoline engine temperature and operations are duplicating the same thing on gasoline or diesel fuels. So you don’t change the engine in anyway. This allows us now to retrofit the water fuel cell technology to any existing engine. And thats very important because it now gives us the ability that we can stabilize transportation as we talked about before if the energy is cut off."

Voltage Does Work. a concept explored tenaciously by the Late Inventor Stanley Allen Meyer
is graphically exposed below in a picture generated by Jean Louis Naudin, a French Scientist who has replicated and CONFIRMED Mr.Meyer's Genius Energy Amplification Technology Idea.

Hydrogen Gas Technology:

This oscilloscope photo made by Jean Louis Naudin in France, shows the gated [50/50 duty cycle] pulses causing an increasing charge on a distilled water capacitor made of slightly different diameter stainless steel tubes which have been submeged in non-conducting ($Free) distilled water to lyse DISSASSOCIATE  the covalent bonds in distilled water using very low energy.
This is  a Voltage-Centric electrolysis approach that uses NO CURRENT FLOW through the dielectric medium of pure water h2o!

Electrostatic Dissociation Details Pictorial Diagram \\||// below,

Diagram showing forces acting to break the water molecule apart \\// below
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Internet Reference source....

{{{{"FLAME TEMPERATURE of perfect 2 to 1 Hydrogen to Oxygen mixture.

Flame tests in an argon atmosphere directed on several layers of carbon fiber fabric with its micron size filaments (Used on the stealth fighter & bomber.) melted carbon filaments into brilliant globules. This means carbon's melting temperature 3550C/6422F is exceeded, but its boiling point 4827C/8720F is not attained. Past that point no reference exists."}}}}
"FLAME SPEED of perfect 2 to 1 Hydrogen to Oxygen mixture....
Recorded timing for 10 feet of tubing was consistently 1.225 milliseconds = 10,000 ft in 1.226 seconds, or 8160 ft/sec div 1088 ft/sec (speed of sound not compensated for our 1150 ft above sea level) was mach 7.5."


Metal hydrides, such as MgH2, NaAlH4, LiAlH4, LiH, LaNi5H6, TiFeH2 and palladium hydride, with varying degrees of efficiency, can be used as a storage medium for hydrogen, often reversibly.[9] Some are easy-to-fuel liquids at ambient temperature and pressure, others are solids which could be turned into pellets. These materials have good energy density by volume, although their energy density by weight is often worse than the leading hydrocarbon fuels.
Most metal hydrides bind with hydrogen very strongly. As a result high temperatures around 120 °C (248 °F) – 200 °C (392 °F) are required to release their hydrogen content. This energy cost can be reduced by using alloys which consists of a strong hydride former and a weak one such as in LiNH2, NaBH4 and LiBH4. These are able to form weaker bonds, thereby requiring less input to release stored hydrogen. However if the interaction is too weak, the pressure needed for rehydriding is high, thereby eliminating any energy savings. The target for onboard hydrogen fuel systems is roughly <100 °C for release and <700 bar for recharge (20-60 kJ/mol H2).[10]
Currently the only hydrides which are capable of achieving the 9 wt. % gravimetric goal for 2015 (see chart above) are limited to lithium, boron and aluminum based compounds; at least one of the first-row elements or Al must be added. Research is being done to determine new compounds which can be used to meet these requirements.
Proposed hydrides for use in a hydrogen economy include simple hydrides of magnesium[11] or transition metals and complex metal hydrides, typically containing sodium, lithium, or calcium and aluminium or boron. Hydrides chosen for storage applications provide low reactivity (high safety) and high hydrogen storage densities. Leading candidates are lithium hydride, sodium borohydride, lithium aluminium hydride and ammonia borane. A French company McPhy Energy is developing the first industrial product, based on magnesium hydrate, already sold to some major clients such as Iwatani and ENEL.
New Scientist [12] stated that Arizona State University is investigating using a borohydride solution to store hydrogen, which is released when the solution flows over a catalyst made of ruthenium.

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Aluminum Info\\||//
Aluminum oxide, like many solid substances, exists as a network of atoms, in the case Al and O. There are no "molecules" of Al2O3, Take a look:…

======= Follow up =========

I noticed that there are a couple of responses that say that Al2O3 is "ionic" and that the ions are held together by "strong electrostatic forces".

We need to point out that that isn't quite the case. The Al-O bonds have a percent ionic character of 57%. They are, of course, 43% covalent.

You see, all bonds lie along a continuum between "ionic" and "covalent", and while it is possible to have a 100% covalent bond, it is impossible to have a 100% ionic bond. All bonds result in the sharing of electrons, and all bonds are covalent. But some covalent bonds are very, very polar and it is these really polar bonds that we call "ionic", simply because they have a high ionic character, not because there are actual "ions" in the solid state.

Apparently, lots of well-meaning teachers have taught that bonds are either "ionic" or they are "covalent", as if they are either black or white. What they should be teaching is that bonds are shades of gray.
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