On Friday 01 September 2006 18:36, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> The idea is not to actually store the hydrogen but have the system
> produce  it on demand via controlling the electronics of the system so
> there is sufficient hydrogen produced by turning the current on and off
> and if there is a build up it is automatically discharged through a
> safe exit point. Moreover, being able to produce it or separate it from
> distilled water in its mono atomic state which is its most volatile
> state. G.K. out...

In round numbers, per Gallon:

Gasoline:   120,000 BTUs
Ethanol:       80,000 BTUs
Hydrogen:    30,000 BTUs.

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