These instructions show you how to build a Reactor Cell that can produce copious amounts simultaneously of H2 and O2 gas from ordinary water (Fig. 14-1). This Reactor Cell is where the electrochemical reaction of electrolysis physically occurs. A power supply (such as the HHOPC10 Power Conditioner of Chap. 13) is required to provide the electricity for splitting liquid H2O into gaseous H2 and O2.
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