Hydrogen Oxygen separated electrolysis unit
Channel: Mike Powers
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On the inside there are two stainless steel plates with a gap of 3/16 -- and a plastic separator plate that has a hole cut in it that is just a little smaller than the stainless steel plates. The hole in the separator plate is covered with a multi-layer fine weave nylon membrane in order to allow free flowing electricity between the anode & cathode while blocking hydrogen / oxygen transference from one side of the cell to the other. The electrolyte is distilled water mixed with baking soda.
I figure the gas output is about 1/16th liter a minute, but I havent worked out the Lpm yet.
The reason for both sides being able to ignite when I stuck a lighter to the gas that was bubbling up is - I had switched polarity of the anode and cathode right before I filmed, so all of the hydrogen hadnt gotten out of the oxygen side, and vise versa.
The last part of this video is of two of my dry cell designed hydroxy/HHO/Browns Gas- electrolyzers. You can see the separated H&O electrolysis device sitting on the table before its completion.
The music in the background is one of my songs. Its called -420 doorways.