Post by alexander1989420 on Jan 8, 2018 11:55:17 GMT
It seems a majority of people look at me like I'm insane when I say it's possible to make H2O combustible. I think most people would consider it psiedoscience but it's definitely not. It's actually very easy to do right in your kitchen with very little experience. Water is H2O, two hydrogen and one oxygen. Hydrogen and Oxygen separately are both highly combustible. To separate H2O you just perform electrolysis with an added electrolyte like sodium bicarbonate. The sodium bicarbonate helps the water carry the electrical current. Would anyone be interested in me posting a further in depth video?
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Post by antimassspectromiter on Mar 24, 2018 6:03:59 GMT
That's not exactly making water combustible. its just separating it into two gasses which combust together.. I think if you said that you could make water into a gas mixture which ignite, people wouldn't cal you crazy/