Thursday, July 17, 2008

Electrolysis Testing with Only Distilled White Vinegar

I had a YouTube viewer comment that vinegar is being used in full concentration by folks, so I decided it was worth a test to see how it performs.

My Observations:

I think to use vinegar it should be in a higher concentration than the 5% variety found at the supermarket.

It makes a lot of cloudy light yellow-green particulate

It makes more foam than other electrolytes, but not necessarily enough to render it unusable.

Production is moderate, but the Amp draw is very low.

The electrolyte didn't reach nearly the same temperature as baking soda or sodium hydroxide.

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