As I was researching a possible way to get usable energy from the reaction from hydrogen peroxide and bleach, I found this
site and many others that describe rockets, go-carts and even automobiles that are
powered by hydrogen peroxide.
Couple of questions - how easy is it to make hydrogen peroxide?
Don't expect much change in fuel for public cars for awhile. Think of how many gas industries there are...Imagine how many people whould suffer from
having no more people buying gas? Unless the gas is all used there shouldn't be any other energy powered cars for quite some time.
if you read things correctly. gasoline engines will have a tough time with the pressure increase. I have thought about using peroxide water
injection to help increase combustion in my engine, but it would probably blow a head gasket. Now a diesel engine on the other hand is designed for
large pressures in its cylinders. Take one of those VW TDI's and add a 50% h202 water injection and see if there is an increase in power and a
decrease in unburnt hydrocarbons. That is where you should be thinking. maybe the VW would get an increase in milage frome 45 to 55 or higher
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