Thursday, July 24, 2008

Adjusted Concentration for Calcium Hydroxide Electrolyte Test

I conduct a second test using Calcium Hydroxide as the electrolyte. The concentration this time was 1/4 teaspoon per gallon.

My Observations

1. The gas production is moderate at best.

2. there are very low levels of particulate when compared to 1 teaspoon per gallon.

3. The amperage is very low indicating the electrolyte could be in stronger concentration, but the cost of doing so may be to filter out the white particulate before use.

4. There is a considerable amount of scum that forms at this concentration. It may dissipate over time, but did not do so in the hour and 45 minutes I ran the test.

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