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Originally posted by Schmidt1989
tiddly, yeah and hold a match up in nothing but oxygen and you become crispy.
Oxygen is a strong or hi-energy oxidizer, true,
but it is an oxidizer, so it is not a fuel, so they do not call it flammable.
Originally posted by Darkpr0
It sounds feasible on paper but I don't think so. That would be a perpetual motion machine which ain't possible. Energy would be lost in the transition from potential-mechanical-potential as sound or vibration from the "sloshing around". Small amounts of energy would be lost, so efficiency would not be 100% meaning that it's gonna stop some day.
Originally posted by anxietydisorder
I'm not sure if the negative goes to the copper or the aluminum, I did it by trial and error and tested the gas to see what I had.
The oxygen side is left open to vent off the oxygen because I have no reason to save it.
EDIT: I use about 1 tablespoon of salt to 10 gallons of water.
[edit on 10/9/2005 by anxietydisorder]