In SSAS, a proton-conducting membrane is heated to about 550 C. Nitrogen is admitted to one side of the membrane and water vapor is admitted to the other side, under conditions of equalized pressure to drive the reaction. The water vapor dissociates into protons and oxygen, an external voltage drives the protons through the membrane, and the nitrogen and protons react on the nitrogen side of the membrane to form NH3. The lower energy consumption of the SSAS process suggests that it will be able to produce ammonia at a lower cost than the Haber-Bosch process, with the obvious environmental advantage of not using fossil fuel feedstock. The key processes in SSAS are: 1) dissociating gaseous H2O into gaseous O2 and adsorbed H+, 2) transporting H+ through a proton conducting membrane, and 3) reacting H+ with adsorbed N2 to make NH3.
so could something like this not be used to create the needed ammonia and nitrogen need to control the combustion rate of the hho gas, and did he then magnetized the n2 and nh3, to enable "superimposing" on the the hho gas to control the burn rate, the rate at which he speed up the n2 and nh3 gas was calibrated mix ate a rate with the hho gas to create a stable slower burning mixure now if this particular process is not used is there any substance that if hit with a spark or electrical arc into nh3 or n2 ? and or can u figure any other reason for magnetization or the speeding up the magnetized particles that are mixed mixed with the hho gas ?