Coating of molybdenum improves the efficiency of catalysts for producing hydrogen

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Not only molybdenum, but silver, aluminium, or others  har metal than can reverberate and detourn the way of eletrons.
Hard metals cause eletrons chocking and causes more hydrogen generating than normal reactors. 

You can also develop a natural catalytic layer on the surface of the 316L ss on the H side in the platinum metal groups, this increases the quality and 4x's more powerful form of HHO gas. You must be in the magic Brown's gas area of 1.5v to 2.8v and no more voltage and must cleanse the cells before using.

Alum and titanium will both passivate and clog the pours and can not handle the harsh lye electrotype and becomes dioxides that make less and less gas. If you just stick with ss the gas quality goes up and the cell produces more gas later on! No moving of metals due to low voltage no heat is made and also the cell design ins sealed from each other cell. o avoid 12/14volt leakage. All from Bob Boyce's Catalytic H20 TechnologyHe can run the ICE engine off water alone, but told not to many. them. with his 1981 gag ordered patent. hydrogengarage.com

My friend, I developed a chemical that produces more HHO than NaOH and KOH together and does not cause skin lesions, can be placed on the tongue, can be disposed of without harm to the environment and produces with 1 to 5 amps, the same as other electrolytes produce at 15 amps. The only requirement is that the hydrogen reactor has the Boyce construction parameters mentioned by you and the voltage is between 1.5 to 2.0 volts.




broandrew said:

You can also develop a natural catalytic layer on the surface of the 316L ss on the H side in the platinum metal groups, this increases the quality and 4x's more powerful form of HHO gas. You must be in the magic Brown's gas area of 1.5v to 2.8v and no more voltage and must cleanse the cells before using.

Alum and titanium will both passivate and clog the pours and can not handle the harsh lye electrotype and becomes dioxides that make less and less gas. If you just stick with ss the gas quality goes up and the cell produces more gas later on! No moving of metals due to low voltage no heat is made and also the cell design ins sealed from each other cell. o avoid 12/14volt leakage. All from Bob Boyce's Catalytic H20 TechnologyHe can run the ICE engine off water alone, but told not to many. them. with his 1981 gag ordered patent. hydrogengarage.com

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