New method of electrolysis of water.
Published in Journal of Applied Electrochemistry (2006) 36: 419-423.
Works by Naohiro Shimizu, Souzaburo Hotta, Takayuki Sekiya and Osamu Oda.
This document relates to a new method of generating hydrogen by using a pulsed electrolysis supplied by very short signals.
The pulsed power supply consists of a static induction thyristor and a specific electronic circuit: the inductive energy storage circuit.
It was shown that by using very short pulses of the order of 300 ns, the electrolysis was greatly improved by electron transfer, which is different from the diffusion phenomenon used by conventional direct current electrolyses.
This document is in English.