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Subject: Hydrogen production using resonance

Date: Wed Jan 10 06:50:17 2001
Posted by Charles
Grade level: nonaligned School: None
City: JHB State/Province: Gauteng Country: South Africa
Area of science: Chemistry
ID: 979127417.Ch

Is it possible to pass an electric current, or other disturbance ( 
Magnetic, Sound ), through water, at the resonant frequency of hydrogen, 
so as to break the co-valent bonding between Hydrogen and Oxygen. 
The same way an opera singer's voice cannot break the glass, unless her 
voice is at the resonant frequency of the glass. Could this be a more 
effienct production method of Hydrogen and Oxygen ?

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