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Why such discrepancy in "Hyzor" gas measurements
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Why such discrepancy in "Hyzor" gas measurements
Hi Guys / George

I see again where someone claims Ultra high efficiency of the Hyzor gas output.

It appears there has to be a flaw in our comparative measuring procedures.

Reading though Mr Wisemans March 2011 paper (very good paper by the way, thanks for all your work) that the Hyzor gas output is 2 watt hour/liter.
I assume this means 1 liter of gas with only 2 watts over a hours time?
If i am doing the math correctly, is this 8.33 MMW, Milliliter / minute / watt?

When I bought & tested a Hyzor/inverted tee cell, made by a guy on Ebay boosting Hyzor technolagy i got very different numbers. Using the Endometer I got 3.5 - 4.5 MMW. I tested 2 different units.
I also saw where ZFF built and tested a "Inverted Tee" cell and got similar results as i did.

Can you explain why we may be getting this discrepancy. Thanks you Roland
05-26-2011 05:18 AM
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