You are so right Jehu, and i hope iÂ´m doing so.
Dealing whit the Voltage Breakdown Capacitor (i preffer this designation) we are dealing whit: Electron Extraction, we are litterly pulling the electrones out of the water - iÂ´m sure there is a term for this? and iÂ´m sure that em is involved?
Now, hereÂ´s another question:
The Delrin acts as an voltage inhibiter/barrier to a surten point. And when the voltage in the katode reach a critical point we get a discharge (maximum load point). Is this not a pulsing method on itÂ´s own? The charging time is fixed depending on how fast youÂ´r adding the voltage .. right?
If this is true, the only reason why you need to pulse the voltage is the time the water needs to fill the space between the electrodes ...
I think i actyally need to read more of the documentÂ´s i have, try to consentrate on this, taking a break from the electrolyser!!
IF the only true thing whit delrin is itÂ´s property as an resistance, why not look at that? i cant finde any info on itÂ´s electrical propaty (resistance) and i think a formal letter to DuPont is necessary.
- You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete -