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Electrolysis of H2O (water) + NH3 (ammonia) produces more hydrogen than plain H2O (water)
Janitorial Ammonia (10%)
AMMONIUM HYDROXIDE (28%)
You are soooo right! Now all that needs to be done is make it so refilling the system is user friendly to women and will not harm anyone during refilling. Getting a whiff of amonia while refilling the system will not make it user friendly. I tried it- not pleasant. Of course I am speaking strictly from a marketing aspect. Go online to "TheJournal of Hydrogen Energy http://www.journals.elsevier.com/international-journal-of-hydrogen-...". There are over a hundred examples of ways to produce HHO which scientists have been working on for years. This is a treasure of information. Keep on working on it.
Iconel is the type of alloy used for this. Don't even think about using stainless. It will rust up in a matter of minutes.
I use platinum-cladded anode so I think it will be fine ... but I have to do the test soon to verify.
The subject is not new but still interesting. I personally used Aqua Ammonia and indeed the gas is rich in Hydrogen, Nitrogen and Ammonia vapors. Ammonia solution need lower voltage to release the gases and overall gas production was increased . Even slight concentrations produce a ammonia smell like gas. I agree that could be best solution to oxygen sensor's issue if the electrodes corrosion and the terrible smell problems can be solved. There is a member here who sell a special electrolyte containing ammonia. I tested several salts containing ammonia and get interesting result but the reaction is not continuous - Nitrogen need to be replaced - and it was reported to not give better results in practical application ( I not have yet an engine to test :-( but someone made that test ). I used once AdBlue ( 32.5 % Urea in deionized water) as electrolyte but precipitations that occur need a special designed cell. Still thinking if injection ( like water methanol ) of diluted AdBlue post combustion will not provide better results than post combustion as is used today! :-)