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  1. #1 A salt battery of nuclear-reactor high power? 
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    This idea is that we make a saturated salt solution in oil, and then we electrically separate the top and bottom of the container, and then we charge the battery by making sodium on the bottom and chlorine gas on the top.
    The pressure built up then pushes the reaction back the other way and a current is formed, meanwhile ions have to cross the separation sheet -- like the membrane in a lithium battery, but in this case solid salt is the "membrane".
    It stays solid because the solution is saturated.
    Because the ions must pass through the solid salt the voltage is increased greatly.

    I propose that substitution takes place when ions are said to flow.
    Simplistically, H2O with a little acid can be turned into hydrogen and oxygen gas at the electrodes. The hydrogen takes up twice the volume in the inverted test-tubes.

    In the solution, I know the acid is supposed to act as a carrier. I am just proposing that nuclear substitution is possible. That is the h20 molecules are aligned like fillings in a magnetic field, forming a chain from one electrode to the other. Then the oxygen molecules all jump at once to the left, so that substitution takes place.
    The oxygen at the left forms a gas and hydrogen forms at the right: 4h at right 2O at left: two chains.
    In this case then the acid only makes the solution of less electrical resistance, acid as a catalyst.
    Is there any way this could be proved or disproved?

    I had a dream the proposed battery will be of 'nuclear' power. I saw a wall of salt in the bottom of a nuclear reactor container base.

    In a further development, there was the possibility that the salt bridge does not have to be in solution, but can be salt between the walls of the two containers if the container walls are of the correct metal -- possibly copper?

    I know these batteries can be made as large as a say twenty meters across and two stories high. They can also be made small -- one version in a ceramic container with lids on each end.

    Can use olive oil, and a 30 by 5x5 mm pasta -- as a sacrificial anode? The original idea was kerosine or similiar. The pasta is an electrolyte. That much pasta for approximately one-half litre of oil.

    Rather, 6 pastas to one litre of oil.
    To God the glory.
    TO be clear, there is one container separated into two sections. One pipe of plastic or other electricaly inert capacity. Screwed into from each end is metal pipe, conductors. The middle where they meet contains two sheets which hold crystals of salt in between. Or say one crystal at this size: 1/6 of a litre. There are two dimpled sheets with holes drilled at thew dimples. Each concave dimple holds a salt crystal. Glue holds the two sheets together and the salt in place.
    Each metal pipe draws to a cone which is left open for filling. After the end is filled with solution a metal plug is welded into place so the container is completely filled. A blind hole at the end of the plug is tapped so a bolt can be used to carry current away in a cable.


    Last edited by Joshua Stone; April 1st, 2013 at 07:26 PM.
    I am seeking supporters for a qualitative basis of science, not quantative. Quality: precision,shape, color, pitch. Quantity: power,size,brightness,volume. A quality can be found as a ratio of quantities. Mass is a quality.
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