Can gasoline and Hydrogen be mixed?

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  1. hank123 Registered Member

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    Can gasoline and Hydrogen be mixed?

    and at what ratios? 10000 parts gas 1 part Hydrogen?
     
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  3. ElectricFetus Sanity going, going, gone Valued Senior Member

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    Do you mean a homogenized mixture, or heterogeneous atomized liquid/gas mixture? The question should be what kind of engine and work do you intend to use and how do you intend to store the hybrid fuels.
     
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    Can you have a gas/liguid mixture that works without spark?
     
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  7. hank123 Registered Member

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    normal engine. store in different containers tell the time of fire. I did find my answer.
    f-ing chemistry why do there have to be laws?

    so what i found is yes. but the gain is maybe 2% (not for sure) with Electrolysis separating water. people making the gain of 10-70% improvements of fuel MPG are so full of crap. there is way to many things that could change that like while I was under my car setting up my electrolysis for separating water for HH &O i put a new air filter on.

    sorry kind of all over the place with this.

    thanks for the replys
     
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