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Special honorable thanks to Bill Williams for the donation of this design. Bill is one of Panaceas most respected open source engineers. Please familiarize your selves with the gasket material tutorial and proof of principle videos available at Bills vipond50" Youtube channel. This is cell has been tested to run just like any good series cell does, so that being said .5 amps/ Square inch of exposed surface, that means 12.5 amps @ 13.5 volts brute force or a MMW of 5.6 to 7. So 1.2 litres/minute at that setting for a single stack adding both sides together (800ml of H & 400ml of O). Bill did test the volumes and it works out to be the 2:1 ratio as expect of the water molecule. The bench model produces that base line, so no losses due to its arrangement. Bill has pushed this cell to 50 + amps or 4.5 litre/minute and the main thing he was after was to see if there was breaching of the membrane. The efficiency of the cell goes down at I push well above the design limit size. The Oxygen side was clean of or clear hydrogen, would support combustion but no popping at all. The H side was pure H and burn lethargic , but needs further testing with special sensors. To test this Bill is building a spectrometer to look at the absorption & emission lines, this should reveal the total and true make up of the gases on outputs. Bill will be looking at emission in the angstroms or millionth of a wave length. This is why Bill wrote the specification so tightly, if folks want this level of efficiency they must follow the spec as written, and deviation very likely will cause losses and changes of membrane if a looser weave is utilized will cause breaching. The key to this to allow only electron migration, so a wetted surface will accommodate this (tight weaves). All this being said folks are going to do what they think is right and some well be disappointed and some will be 100% successful. NOTE WELL historic PUBLIC RECORDS on William Rhodes and Yule Brown, as well as Bob Boyces info on his first publication by Sterling Allen in 2002 shows that the following U tube video link of the is a plagiarized cell of this design.

Avoid this cell as copyright legal laws will apply to this cell. This is nothing more than an art drawing of the Bob Boyce series cell design with these "neutral plates", A copy the D9.pdf shows the original 2005 publication date and copyright, for references to Bobs and others prior art on series cells that use "neutral plates". Bob Boyce has dated emails from Bill Williams with files showing his flow-through design, and later his gas-splitting adaptation. On July 26, 1966, William A. Rhodes filed for U.S. Patent 3,262,872 for an electrolysis production method for oxyhydrogen called, "Apparatus For The Electrolytic Production Of Hydrogen And Oxygen And For The Safe Consumption Thereof." Eight years later, in 1974, Yull Brown of Australia would file a similar patent for what is known today as Brown's gas. Even though William A. Rhodes filed his patent 8 years earlier it was Brown who became more well-known for the invention and thus there has been much debate, controversy and even acrimony ever since. . We all know W. Rhoades & Brown original patents, but Bob developed the first small or low E cell utilizing Neutral plates back 1982. Regarding the cell in the is all wrong. Sides plates, Adhesive, Membrane, Plate porting etc. The cell may sep most of the two gases, but breaching will going to happen at very low PSI due to the weave of the material, there should be no popping on the oxygen side of the cell, period! if there is then there is breaching of the membrane. Side plate material that he chose will break down and utilizing silicone WOW will create a hell of mess and coat the plates with goo. Bill Williams ran this bench cell at 50 amps + to try to create a breach and have not have a break down yet. The current cell was originally designed to operate at 12.5 amps, so you can see he has really pushed the envelope here. Bill is also working on a Safe Procedure to capture the H component as well as the O so it could be bottled and use for cooking, heating welding etc. The Common Duct Cell Gas Splitter design has evolved from the Light Industrial design listed in this document. Bill developed a panel-Gasket that would keep both gas separated during the electrolysis. He called this design out as Ver.1 and found it to viable enough to continue work with it. Ver.2 an upgrade to that design in which Gas breaching was eliminate at tests up to 50+ amps. 5X5 Gas Splitter Cell Support Document 1. All Dimensions are in Inches 2. This drawing pack rpresents a 1N6 Cell Stack. The Cell size can be increased by adding more cell stacks and configuring the Gas Separation panels accordingly to direct the component gas to their respect ports so NO gas mixing will occur. Materials

1. All Stainless components are to be 316L. 2. All Fittings are speced out to be Nylon or Poly. 3. Side plates are speced out to be Acrylic or Perplex. 4. All Thru bolts and fasteners are speced out to 304 SS or Cadmium Plate Steel. 5. In Multi Stack version of this design all Buss bars and fasteners are speced out to be Copper. 6. Thru Bolt Fasteners insulators are to Nylon tubing sized to just slide over thru bolt shank. 7. All Gaskets materials are speced out to be 0.065 EDPM sheeting Note: No exceptions! 8. Panel Separation material is speced out to 100% Rip Stop nylon. This means reinforcing threads as well as the blanket Note Most fabric vender carry this material, but the is MUST be the uncoated variety. 9. Panel construction adhesive used in this design is "Plumbers GOOP". I have noted NO contamination with this adhesive (DO NOT USE Silicon), is break down and cause leakage and contaminate to device. If these specs are followed or the construction method is altered the device may fail to separate the component gases. Also the operational life of the device will be shorted. Bill posted videos relating to Proof Of Concept Ver.2-6N3 002.avi on 1/7/2008 and published it to YouTube on November 4, 2009. On 1/1/2008. He worked up two additional videos explaining the construction techniques of the panel to this cell. These videos were published to YouTube on 3/9/2010 5X5 CDGSC & Support Doc 6N3 Series Gas splitter Cell Construction