How to create Fuel from Water for your car Part 1





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Modern internal combustion engines can be converted to run on gas power, and this can be a cheaper and more efficient alternative to regular petrol and diesel fuels. Gas powers the engine in a very similar way to petrol and diesel, so very little modifications need to be made. The only significant difference is that instead of a fuel/air mix being injected into your carburettors/manifold, a high-energy gas like propane will be injected instead.

As with conventional fuels, this is compressed, and then combusted, which releases enough energy to turn the engine. It is also possible to run an engine on the gas hydrogen, and this means that water, with its H20 bond is a possible source of fuel.

The easiest and most effective way to extract hydrogen from water in a non-laboratory environment is through electrolysis. You can even make an electrolysis system yourself, using equipment from a regular hardware or DIY store. Basically water is run through a cell containing electrodes (typically made from stainless steel), which are subject to an electrical charge.

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