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In order to try to put an end to the various speculations concerning the pantone process, here is a series of sure and certain facts concerning the scientific assumptions that can be made around this process.
Decomposition of water by thermolysis
The first decomposition of water was done by Lavoisier, by passing water vapor over red-hot iron (thermolysis). In doing so, he established that water is not an element but a chemical body composed of several elements.
The thermolysis of water begins to become significant at around 750 ° C, and is complete at around 3 ° C. The reaction produces dioxygen and hydrogen
2H2O ↔ 2H2 + O2
This point of 750 ° C can be further reduced by the presence of catalyst such as platinum and chromium. Ceriated steel (with the addition of cerium) would also be a strong catalyst for the thermolysis of water.