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Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius, 2E : 35 New Do-It-Yourself Projects by Robert Iannini

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CHAPTER 15
HHO Dry Cell
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Overview
This HHO Dry Cell (Fig. 15-1) is a variation on producing hydrogen gas from the Chap. 14 Reactor Cell. We call it a dry cell because the electrified plates are not entirely immersed in water and therefore require a lower amperage to generate HHO gas. It can be made more easily with a greater surface area and thus is capable of producing HHO gas faster. It is also easier to build but has a lower maximum pressure output (which can be seen as a safety feature—however, HHO gas should never be considered safe, so exercise extreme caution when using and producing HHO gas, such as using multiple blowback protectors, ...

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