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Friday, 26 November 2010

Salt Water-Powered Car?

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  1. question here is what frequency is being used and how much energy is needed. Also i wonder if using sideband (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sideband) would be better as extra power comes from modulation, which might mean drawing less mains power to to create the flame?

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  2. I like the Post! Great vid
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  4. Salt Water is combustible containing hydrogen, oxygen, sodium and chloride. By adding energy the molecular bonds can be broken. Hydrogen is combustible if combined with oxygen or chloride in gaseous form but the sodium causes high heat making large amounts of gas very explosive. The shown process is totally inefficient and only demonstrates how any chemical bond can be disturbed if enough power is used.

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