Next time the power goes out.... start filling those jars!!
mo at 131.ccr.org
Wed Nov 14 21:59:44 CST 2012
very interesting indeed
i wonder how much power the electrolysis requires?
and i wonder whether the electrolysis just involves
the NaCl to make the water conduct and it's then
just hydrogen and clorine coming off, or whether
any of the other constituents are involved as well.
uric acid to urea to ammonia might free additional
hydrogen which might make the electrolysis more
efficient by using multiple paths.
very interesting indeed.
seriously puts the lie to "what kids can't do"
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