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Old 27th December 2018, 09:21 PM   #3330
markie
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Originally Posted by optiongeek View Post
Please see this recent post. The reaction kinetics are unfavorable (i.e. rate limited) unless there is a Negative Differential Resistance. When you supply high current, you get NDR and the feedback changes from negative to positive. The hydrino reaction can exist without it, but the reaction rate isn't commercially viable.
Furthermore, and probably most importantly, the high current pulse serves to flush out the charge buildup (from ionized catalyst) that would otherwise inhibit the reaction kinetics.
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