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if I used Graphene as the material and made that multi-layered I could increase the surface area by an order of magnitude
I am pretty sure that one of you people responding to this post certainly knows the most effective way of splitting water.
I just scanned the internet and still find that the simple instructions on how to split water are absent still. No guide on current, liquid, or what the best anode and cathodes are. Nothing, not a jot of information on something so simple. No information on using solar panels to provide the current, nada!The total absence of this information is a little disturbing don't you think?It is almost as if this information is being subverted, can you believe it at a time when hydrogen fuel cells are becoming more common!
Instead of me messing around with various different forms of salt I should be splitting water without having to add chemicals to the liquid?
I like the idea of using a gold coated mesh as that would seem to infer that I might get a cleaner reaction over a larger surface area.
They split water on the International Space Station, and they must do this in the most efficient way possible, and that is?