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Stan Meyer illustrated in the original experiment that the basic voltage potential to be applied to his reaction chamber would be 36 volts. He also noted that stainless steal 410 was the only metal that could be used as oxides formed with all others. The original chamber consisted of an 18 inch rod of a diameter of 0.375 inch, surrounded by a 16 inch long pipe with an inner diameter of 1 inch. The difference in length is basically for the ease of construction. As shown in the figures, I've used a 14 inch rod and a 12 inch pipe of similar diameters.

Due to the major lack of parts diversity in Sri-Lanka, I only managed to get a 24 volts, 8 amps transformer and based my circuit on it. Its output was 20 volts, 10 amps with MI reading connected to a pulsing circuit which generates a 50% duty cycle square wave to a flyback inductor which is connected to the chamber in a series manner as shown. The flyback inductor creates a high voltage impulse which is directed through the chamber through c* and d*.

The high voltage impulse alone isn't alone enough for disassociation to happen; a current must also be delivered across the liquid. I reached this conclusion when I used an ignition coil with a halfwave rectifier along with a blocking capacitor – as the ignition coil alone would burn out the chamber – and didn't get anything going. Seems while the current flows through the water, it causes the molecules to be aligned in such a way which would allow the stimulation of its molecular resonance by the high voltage impulse.

In a matter of seconds, Stan reached the breakdown point and was then able to reduce the current and the voltage down to the milli-scale. It was possible due to the sympathetic oscillation of the molecules because once they are aligned; it doesn't need a lot of energy to keep it that way. Stan discovered that it only takes 3 impulses to make his chamber work, and he based his discovery on a phenomenon called "Tesla's super resonance". I didn't reach this point in my experiment yet but I will in do time.

This device you see here should produce the phenomena and I hope it would also trigger creative minds to work on their own designs. I'm also hoping we'd manage to form work groups and share our findings and experiments to make us all reach the point when all are using clean energy sources.

Even though the circuitry illustrated here did the job, it's not the only or the best one that could make this device work. So, feel free to do your own modifications in anyway you think would make it better to work.

You can use any frequency you want between 9 and 143.762 KHz but the best results here are obtained at two certain frequencies; 14.372 and 43.430 KHz. An Impulse – in theory – is a result of an infinite wave of different frequencies which would all add up at one point. That would explain the wide frequency range that u can use as almost all the frequencies would contain one or both the primary frequencies.

Sub-Harmonics of the two primary frequencies at which dissociation will occur:

43430 Hz143762 HZ
1st  21715  HZ1st  71881  HZ
2nd  14476.67 HZ2nd  47920.67 HZ
3rd  15517.5  HZ3rd  35840.1  HZ
4th  86864th  28752.4  HZ



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