These are the loudest small HHO bubbles I've ever encountered. No electrolyte at all, just hydrogen and oxygen produced from clean well water. It is possible to produce different types of HHO gas. They say that only about 12% of HHO is actually "Brown's Gas." Well, for some reason, I am getting 100% Brown's gas, as you can see. The explosion is so powerful that it sucks the flame right out of the Mapp gas torch, watch as the torch goes out when the bubbles are ignited.
I lit about 10 tiny bubbles without hearing protection and afterwards my ears were ringing most of the day. When the surface of the water in this pan is completely covered in bubbles, you have to wear hearing protection, and the explosion literally shakes your entire body. Obviously it is not a normal explosion, because the water would be thrown clear out of the bucket, if it was. It is most likely an implosion. Implosions also hurt your ears more because our ear drums aren't used to it.
You can tell when you have genuine Brown's gas, because the bubbles have a sharp crack, instead of soft yellow flame explosion. I created these bubbles with 120 volts through (33) stainless plates in clean fresh well water, no electrolyte. The metal tip is actually a do it yourself HHO torch. In all honesty, this is the most powerful gas I've ever seen from from any electrolysis process. If you want to build the same thing, you can. The combination of my unique electrolysis cell, along with the output hose and custom nozzle, have combined together to create 100% Brown's gas. This doesn't normally happen in other cells I've tested.
Sorry for the poor quality video, I will make a better video next time. Thanks very much for looking!