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quote:Originally posted by LifeIf anyone (In the UK) watches scrapheap challenge, you might have seen a team producing hydrogen gas once. They had it connected so that when the generator was on, the hydrogen emitting tube could be lit to give a footlong constant flame! I know this is done by the electrolysis of water but to get a steady stream of hydrogen being produced like that im guessin you would need alot of power. Now i understand why it must be DC but i dont know what voltage/current should be used.For obvious reasons mains supply cannot be used so does anyone know what type of power source would suffice?Thanx