How to Make Hydrogen : More Ways to Assemble the Electrical Connections for Making Hydrogen

Learn how to assemble the electrical connections for making hydrogen with expert tips and advice on making hydrogen in this free video series on alternative …

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  1. Hooverdarnit says:

    You seem like just the guy that can help me with building a hydrogen
    generator. Is it true that it’s a good idea to have at least one NEUTRAL
    plate in between the positive and the negative plate? Do neutral plates
    reduce the amperage AND increase the generation of hydrogen? I’m using
    stainless steel bolts and pipe in my generator. What do you use? Thanks.

  2. jesslessthemess says:

    From what i’ve seen i would definately put a N plate in there. It seems to
    offer the advantage of better heat reduction with little loss in Hydrogen
    production, due to the additional plat that gieves off a little less than
    the primare electodes. Check out some of my favorites..they’re all a wealth
    of knowledge. This guy’s great too! 😀

  3. TopOfTheLine3 says:

    thats what i was thinkin

  4. RockinCrawler says:

    It would be nice if you would number your videos in sequence!!!

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  6. harrison hodge says:

    is that a car battery you hooked it up to

  7. mo moni says:

    It would be nice if you would number your videos in sequence!!!

  8. mark park says:

    great stuff, but the vids could be fewer and longer, and have some way to
    number them

  9. hittingrabbit says:

    What gauge should the wire be?

  10. godsmoney4u says:

    where do you put the hose after it come out of the bubbler

  11. TheTVLicence says:

    What parts are in what order, do a play list man, arrrrggggggggg!

  12. liplokker says:

    thay are not in order and it is hard to watch them because it keeps
    starting over from begening it wont go throu all of them no numbers on what
    comes first

  13. Bravo Sierra says:

    you need to click on the upper video to continue the steps

  14. Bravo Sierra says:

    you need to click on the upper video to continue the steps

  15. TheTrueRae Smile says:

    I give up. I can not figure the order of these. They need to be numbered
    one through whatever your series ends with! Too frustrating to keep
    searching for which one comes next!

  16. AKSoapy29 says:

    @TheTrueRay I agree. I’m confused.

  17. lihwoei says:

    hai, any ideal where to get the air flow gauge..?

  18. TK42138 says:

    Comes down to that good old faraday’s law of electrolysis: ”The mass of a
    substance altered at an electrode during electrolysis is directly
    proportional to the quantity of electricity transferred at that
    electrode.” What we need is a leap in internal combustion engine tech
    which would allow higher CR and much leaner AFR and still produce useful
    power from on demand gaseous H2 production. Hydrogen can ignite at very
    weak air-fuel ratios (34:1) unlike gasoline or diesel.

  19. TK42138 says:

    Since a litre of H2 weighs 0.08988 g I’m going to need a fair bit of the
    stuff to run my small city car which does 46mpg (imperial gallon) At 1300cc
    4 cyl 4 stroke there’s 2 intake strokes per revolution. At 3000rpm/70mph it
    means it’s drawing in 32.5 L/sec. 1 litre of air = 1.25 g. So 32.5 L weighs
    40.6g. Stoich of petrol/air by mass 14.7:1 (cruise/light load) means I
    would need to burn 2.76 g petrol per second and there’s some big
    assumptions here. Apologies if my maths is a bit out.

  20. Billy Innes says:

    Wait for the next one Where is it what number

  21. Juan Sebastian Marquez says:

    Video 4