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Water Explosion

There are a number of ways to operate an internal combustion engine using only water as fuel. The traditional approach is to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen gas using electrolysis, however, this process is quite inefficient. To improve the efficiency of electrolysis, various inventors have sought to stimulate water at its resonance frequencies and thus get more gas production with less energy inputs. This approach works, however, problems have always been in making enough gas on demand as needed by an engine, noting that storing H2 and O2 is a highly explosive alternative that should be avoided.
Water Explosion - WATER as FUEL - review of available technologies - M.D.G. 2006

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