Inductive electrolysis

with water coil

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Electrocomplex (inductive electrolysis) By Franco malgarini As we know from physics, if we rotate a magnet within a transverse copper coil, you get the induction of an electric current. However, we can also use a coil made of water within a plastic tube obtaining electric current within this same coil of water, with which you can electrolysis of the water, that is, the splitting of the water into oxygen and hydrogen. The apparatus is the following A second hemispherical coil with induced current powers the motor that rotates the magnet. In addition we also know what a rotating magnet does heat the water until it boils

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agp.cooper wrote 07/19/2020 at 06:12 point

Ken, magic!

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Ken Yap wrote 07/18/2020 at 08:18 point

That's nothing. I've done these two party water tricks for years: 😉

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Simon Merrett wrote 07/18/2020 at 08:09 point

Thanks for the additional photograph and description. Have you built this system yet? It looks so simple but I don't understand how the motor can be self-powered by the magnet and coil - the friction alone would deplete the energy available, not to mention the imperfect transfer of energy through changing magnetic field in air and copper wire (resistance, eddy currents etc). 

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