Question about Electrolysis System

teamroper

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#1
I am getting ready to make my own electrolysis system. I watched a couple of videos on YouTube but none of them said what type of solution they used. Any suggestions? Thanks ahead of time. :)
 

Rob1960

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#5
ARM and HAMMER Washing Soda! Works better than baking soda. Calcium carbomate I think. About 1/4 cup per gallon. From experience stronger is not better. Funny thing, when I read up on this it was stated that water is not conductive. It's the minerals in the water that conduct electricity.
 

against the wind

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#6
ARM and HAMMER Washing Soda! Works better than baking soda. Calcium carbomate I think. About 1/4 cup per gallon. From experience stronger is not better. Funny thing, when I read up on this it was stated that water is not conductive. It's the minerals in the water that conduct electricity.
When you add salt to water,,, you now have a conductor(y)
 

homefire

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#7
Mild Acids will work. Depending on what your cleaning can make a difference.


Yes Pure Distilled water is NOT conductive. As soon as you put your finger in it, the oils and salts make it conductive.
 
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