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2000man@wongfaye.com 12-22-2003 06:20 AM

what to do with hydrogen gas if unventable?
 
makin o2 from water what to do with hydrogen? is there any way to
combine it with somthing else to make a solid or liquid without using
oxygen

was thinking about compression into tanks but that will only work for
a little while

Bernhard Kuemel 12-22-2003 11:56 AM

what to do with hydrogen gas if unventable?
 
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I don't know where you are, but over here we still have enough
oxygen in the atmosphere to burn H2. No problem to do that in a
room. either, as it only produces a little steam.

You can also simply vent it if it gets diluted beyond
flamability. Hehe, maybe you can feed it back into the gas pipe :>.

If you have larger quantities you can sell the H2, make
margarine, LiAlH4, electricity or a lot of other stuff.

Bernhard

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N:dlzc D:aol T:com \(dlzc\) 12-22-2003 02:16 PM

what to do with hydrogen gas if unventable?
 
Dear 2000man:

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Assuming you are talking about electrolysis, and you already know that a
simple saltwater electrolysis cell makes hydrogen and chlorine gas... not
oxygen.

The electrochlorinators that make bleach, sodium hydroxide and hydrogen gas
cannot afford to put the hydrogen out either. So they dilute it with
atmospheric air and vent it somewhere. If the flow switch does not
indicate the air is not moving fast enough, the electrochlorinator shuts
down.

David A. Smith



Paddy 12-23-2003 02:19 AM

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Convert it to heavier elements in a fusion reactor.

Paddy 12-23-2003 10:37 AM

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Or freeze and compress it until it becomes a superconducting slug,
then accelerate it up to half light speed in a really long magnetic
rail gun and fire it at the sun.

Acid Test 01-12-2004 11:18 PM

what to do with hydrogen gas if unventable?
 
If your making a quantity of a substance that passes your substandards
than you should try another method.NaOH is available in a 30%
solution and can be extracted with proper methods.I heard of using
O-Na=Cl.

The -OH will attach to the Na creating NaH20and NaClO2.The water is
seperated and reduced to remove the extra oxygen.It is simple


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