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Author Topic: RedOx reactions and Zero Point Energy  (Read 2249 times)
Group: Experimentalist
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Didn't know. thanks.
But if my electrolytic capacitor has standing without power supply during three years ?

I think the reason is as follows: a chemical capacitor must be polarized. If it isn't, it remains what it is: 2 electrodes in an electrolyte, so a potential battery with redox reactions.


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Russian secret methods for producing magnetic fluid from simple components:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhZxJzW5jrg
https://youtu.be/yr3iXa3ciSU?t=522
What is the magnetic permeability of magnetic fluids?
What if we made a transformer core from magnetic fluid?
   
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What is the magnetic permeability of magnetic fluids?
What if we made a transformer core from magnetic fluid?

I assume that the magnetic properties of the magnetic fluid are bad. The magnetic fluid  is needed not for transformers core, but for the integration of magnetic properties into cavity structures.
   
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