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  1. Default Electrolysis of H2O (water) + NH3 (ammonia) produces more hydrogen than plain H2O

    Electrolysis of H2O (water) + NH3 (ammonia) produces more hydrogen than plain H2O (water)


    AMMONIUM HYDROXIDE (28%)
    from http://store.hvchemical.com/browse.cfm/4,28.htm

    Janitorial Ammonia (10%)
    from http://www.acehardware.com/product/i...ductId=1272325


    Looks like somebody is already doing this type of electrolysis
    See http://nh3fuelassociation.org/ongoing-projects/



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    Stmess

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    Thank you for the links. Good reading and starts for searches. The idea of excess energy storage in the form of NH3 is intriguing.

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    Sure until there's a leak, then your DEAD..........




    I say this because several people think it's okay to have their cells in the trunk of the car or the cabin of a van. This will not turn out well, I can forsee the problems..........
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    Its done right or its not done !
    Hail HHO.

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    Default This is pretty much true of gasoline . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Madsceintist View Post
    Sure until there's a leak, then your DEAD..........




    I say this because several people think it's okay to have there cells in the trunk of the car or the cabin of a van. This will not turn out well, I can forsee the problems..........
    It should not be a problem for all the reasonable users. Stupid can't be helped.

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    as far as i know nh3 tranform to n2 & h2 by nature.

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    Your materials will have to change. Stainless that you use for HHO will not work and will end up rusting. Nichrome or nickel 200/201 is the material of choice and is very expensive by comparison.

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    Following up here: Inconel 625 is on it's way to the 3D printer world (link: http://www.tctmagazine.com/additive-...ting-material/)

    Inconel is what you would want to use with Ammonia. http://www.hpalloy.com/alloys/descri...NCONEL600.html

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