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gabet123 commented on Stephen's blog post '5 Infamous Tech Predictions'
"Interesting article."
Jan 18, 2015
moldoveanu.marius commented on Stephen's blog post 'Nickel/Nickel-Oxide? Hydrogen-Generating Water Splitter Runs on AAA Battery'
"the pictures attached previously show the Aluminum Ni coated electrodes. The liquid is high concentrated KOH solution. If someone is interested in further experiments I can offer the rest of those discs ( should check how many I still have) if the…"
Sep 17, 2014
Stephen commented on Stephen's blog post 'Nickel/Nickel-Oxide? Hydrogen-Generating Water Splitter Runs on AAA Battery'
"And lastly: Discontinuing the use of stainless steel"
Sep 17, 2014
Stephen commented on Stephen's blog post 'Nickel/Nickel-Oxide? Hydrogen-Generating Water Splitter Runs on AAA Battery'
"That is what I understand from the article, but it is yet to be understood as to whether the process could be scaled to a useable output volume without being too expensive for tinkerers. Right now in the U.S., it will cost approximately 300 USD for…"
Sep 17, 2014
moldoveanu.marius commented on Stephen's blog post 'Nickel/Nickel-Oxide? Hydrogen-Generating Water Splitter Runs on AAA Battery'
Sep 12, 2014
moldoveanu.marius commented on Stephen's blog post 'Nickel/Nickel-Oxide? Hydrogen-Generating Water Splitter Runs on AAA Battery'
Sep 12, 2014
moldoveanu.marius commented on Stephen's blog post 'Nickel/Nickel-Oxide? Hydrogen-Generating Water Splitter Runs on AAA Battery'
"I used Aluminum electroless coated with Nickel as electrodes and KOH electrolyte. it works fine at approx. 1.6 volts. series of electrodes. On anode black Nickel oxides appear. As far I can understand then a series of electrodes made of Iron, coated…"
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A co-worker shared this with me today. http://www.amazonsupply.comThis could be very helpful to many here. See More
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Amazon Supply (.com)

Posted on September 11, 2014 at 10:30am 0 Comments

A co-worker shared this with me today. http://www.amazonsupply.com

This could be very helpful to many here. 

Nickel/Nickel-Oxide? Hydrogen-Generating Water Splitter Runs on AAA Battery

Posted on August 26, 2014 at 5:00pm 9 Comments

Noticing the Nickel/Nickel-Oxide comment here:

http://brn.io/8fHHj0 (http://www.iflscience.com/technology/hydrogen-generating-water-splitter-runs-aaa-battery)

For a cheaper water splitter, a team led by Hongjie Dai from Stanford turned to inexpensive,…

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Catalyst improves prospects for fuel cells

Posted on November 13, 2013 at 5:15pm 1 Comment

http://brn.io/0l98gV

By chance, they discovered that alkali metal ions like sodium or potassium can activate fine platinum particles when they are adsorbed on alumina or silica. When they examined the structure, they found extra active oxygen species that seemed to help the platinum complete the reaction cycle.

Over Unity LED Light a Reality

Posted on October 30, 2013 at 11:05am 0 Comments

MIT researchers have created an “over-unity” LED that absorbs ambient heat energy.

The LED produces 69 picowatts of light using 30 picowatts of power, giving it an efficiency of 230 percent. That means it operates above “unity efficiency” — putting it into a category normally occupied by perpetual motion machines.

However, while MIT’s diode puts out more than twice as much energy in photons as it’s fed in electrons, it doesn’t violate the…

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Air, water and sun: The ingredients of 'green gasoline'

Posted on October 15, 2013 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

http://phys.org/news/2013-10-air-sun-ingredients-green-gasoline.html

The technology uses solar energy to separate the elements that make up water and carbon dioxide (CO2). The reaction creates synthetic gas, or syngas – comprising energy-rich hydrogen (H2, which can itself be used as a fuel)…

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