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    New Recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by John_Bedini View Post
    Carlos,
    I will be posting the details of the cells I was running at the conference and the oscillators.
    John B
    Hello John B.

    I am very keen to know what has changed since the recipe below.

    Also can you explain if there is a relationship between the amount of surface area of the copper versus the amount of surface area of the magnesium? Does it make any difference if the surface area of the copper is many times greater than the surface area of the magnesium or viceversa? Or do the two have to be equal in order to get the best performance? The reason I ask is that I know of a new material that is pure copper but has a surface area thousands of times greater than a regular sheet of copper for the same amount of area and weight. The same development is not yet available for pure magnesium but is in development. Happy to share more with you personally.

    1. Heat Oxygen Free C10100copper sheet (99.9% pure) until Cherry Red and
    2. Dip copper in warm water whilst still hot; repeat if necessary until you form a layer of black oxide (Cupric Oxide CuO). The copper is the electrode.
    3. Test Copper with Ohm Meter for conduction you should find none. Make sure you cannot see any conductivity of the copper with an ohm meter. The only conductivity you should see is in the meg ohms. That black oxide is making an NPN device.
    4. Fuse a layer of iron pyrite to contact side of copper.
    5. 2 spoons of Rochelle Salts also known as Potassium Sodium Tartrate Tetrahydrate (KNaC4H4O64H2O) it is a white powder.
    6. 1 spoon Epsom salts (MgSO47H2O).
    7. 1 pinch Iron Pyrite powder - add enough into the mix so you can see it as a bronze covering in the mixture, mix it up with a spoon.
    8. 1 pinch Magnesium powder or filings add enough to the mix until you see it covering the mixture then mix it again.
    9. 1 pinch of Sodium Silicate Hydrate #5 (Sodium Metasilicate Pentahydrate Na2SiO35H2O).
    10. 1 pinch Manganese (III) Oxide (Mn2O3) This is a polariser that removes hydrogen from the positive pole.
    11. Mix all ingredients together as a dry mix.
    12. Place the mixture in a cup and add 4ml of water to make a paste.
    13. Place a substrate such as cloth on an oven tray and with a paint brush totally smear and cover the paste onto one side of the substrate making sure that it is well absorbed.
    14. Using an oven at 300-400F (148C-204C) bake the substrate containing the smeared mixture (for about 15mins or) until the cloth is stiff and dry.
    15. Remove from oven, turn over and repeat steps 11-12.
    16. After the crystal lattice has been baked on both sides and has cooled place on top of copper electrode.
    17. Place big piece of magnesium (99.9% pure) on top of the crystal lattice to form a sandwich.
    18. Moisten in between each layer with a few mills of water

    Thanks, Alex.

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    Energenx

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    Hi Chuck,

    How do we order stuff through Energenx? I see your website does not have a shopping cart? Do you only take orders over the phone?

    Also, can you please explain what the company Energenx does and how it operates? Is it in the business of manufacturing and selling products or does it only do research? I ask this because I would like to purchase some window motors made to spec for a specific industrial purpose. Does Energenx do this kind of thing?

    Thanks, Alex.
    Phone is the best way at this time (Call Gary). Energenx currently manufacures all of our products in house here in the U.S.A. We also do the RnD for all of our products. Stay current on this forum for updates on window motors and call Gary on the specs for the window motors (208-772-3303)

    Chuck

    Coming soon:teslaaudio.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Hupp View Post
    Phone is the best way at this time (Call Gary). Energenx currently manufacures all of our products in house here in the U.S.A. We also do the RnD for all of our products. Stay current on this forum for updates on window motors and call Gary on the specs for the window motors (208-772-3303)

    Chuck

    Coming soon:teslaaudio.com
    Hi Chuck,

    Can we order via email & Paypal from DownUnder, or won't this stuff make it through customs? Is Hydrate#5 (or the latest mix) available for purchase?

    Cheers

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Hupp View Post
    Phone is the best way at this time (Call Gary). Energenx currently manufacures all of our products in house here in the U.S.A. We also do the RnD for all of our products. Stay current on this forum for updates on window motors and call Gary on the specs for the window motors (208-772-3303)

    Chuck

    Coming soon:teslaaudio.com
    Thanks Chuck,

    Is there an email address for Garry? I'm in Australia and I have a few details and images to share regarding to the window motors which would best be done by email.

    Thanks, Alex.

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    Alex, it's gary@energenx.com


    John K.

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    You could likely run opencart on the same server hosting this forum for ecommerce functions. You already have a working database server, web server, php, etc. Its really just a matter of installing and configuring a shopping cart program. Feel free to ask me for assistance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Koorn View Post
    Alex, it's gary@energenx.com


    John K.
    Thanks John!

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