Yes, and indeed, water is the most viable, cheapest and abundantly available alternative solution to the rising cost of fuel prices in the market today.
Although the common form of water is in itself not a source of potential energy at the onset, however, with the right process involved, can be a veritable and probably the best source of hydrogen a highly feasible element that can replace fossil fuels to power vehicles and even provide energy like heat and electricity.
For the water to gas concept, many studies have been commissioned to study and research on the value of water for providing alternative sources of fuel and energy, which has indeed proven to have been very helpful and revolutionary.
Believe it or not, the technology to make a car run on water is nothing new and has been a patented concept for many years now, which has evolved to the creation and invention of gas-saving devices that either make use of a little electric power from the car’s battery to separate water into a gas called HHO, better known as Brown’s Gas or oxyhydrogen (two molecules of hydrogen and one molecule of water.)
Brown’s Gas burns very well and provides a great deal of energy, equivalent to the potential of petroleum with an even better environmentally safe by-product water.
A regular engine burning conventional gas fuel, mileage is relative only to the amount of gas the engine needs to run on, however, much of it is burned and ends up being incombustible fuel, meaning less mileage and much energy is wasted in the form of heat and pollution.
Many may not be aware, but Brown’s Gas or HHO is very powerful, since it has the atomic power of hydrogen and the chemical stability of water, making it three times more potent and powerful than gasoline.
The United States government has recently posed a challenge to the American people to drive hydrogen-powered cars as soon as possible and has set aside over one billion dollars for research on how it can be done.
From that challenge stemmed many processes that have been brought to the public’s attention some effective, some nothing but a mere scheme to mislead unwary victims.
Regardless of the good or bad motives, there are in fact a number of very viable methods on breaking down ordinary water into oxygen and hydrogen.
It’s a good thing to know that one does not have to spend much to have their vehicles make use of water to gas, since surprisingly it does not cost a billion dollars to develop.
This is so because existing engines in today’s automobiles could work with these processes with very little or minimal alterations to the engine system.
But how does the water to gas system work?
Initially, it starts with the idea that ordinary water is actually a battery that contains vast amounts of energy especially hydrogen energy.
Water is two parts hydrogen combined with one part oxygen, thus, one can only imagine how it carries a vast amount of energy and has nothing to do with the amount of energy it takes to break down that molecule.
Water to gas is, indeed, a sustainable program that needs a lot of research and looking into. Who knows, it may yet hold the answer to our oil price hike dilemma.
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