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Author Topic: Water conducts electricity?  (Read 1544 times)

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Frequency equals matter...

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  Interesting - that it took 200 years to figure this out!

  I wonder if they will find out next how to more readily split water?
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It's turtles all the way down
“And now we have the missing piece that gives us the bigger picture: how protons essentially ‘move’ through water,”

Just because it has a patent application or is patented does not always mean it really works.

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I hope that all readers are aware of the fact that pure (distilled) water does not conduct electricity. Water needs to be at least a little bit acidic in oder to conduct electricity. And the observed effect is called "acidic transport of protons in water".

So, it is the age old knowledge that only acidic water conducts electricity, but now one knows a little bit more about how this happens.


Greetings, Conrad
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