[NewCandle] Constrained hydrolysis
avalonbiker at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 6 11:45:59 EST 2007
Ahhhhhhh... I dunno about the monoatomic H in the
flame. Apart from Langmuir's torch, and some of the
B-G claims, I was always under the impression that it
remained H2 unless you REALLY wacked it (energy wise)
to split it. Now the oxygen, I'm not sure of - you
might have O2 and O in some ratio.
I had tried moving a hydrogen torch flame around with
a strong (although not Captain Bob strong!) magnet,
and never saw much.
--- Keith Nagel <NewCandleAdmin at ipdiscover.com> wrote:
> BTW Jones, isn't the H2 neutral and not affected by
> B field, axial or otherwise? In the flame, you've
> atomic H which is charged. And as Nick alluded to,
> it's possible to manipulate the electrolytic ion
> with a magnet. You can see this as pH changes with a
> indicator in a properly constructed electrolysis
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