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The effect of magnetic and optic field in water electrolysis

Bidin, N. and Azni, S. R. and Islam, S. and Abdullah, M. and Ahmad, M. F. S. and Krishnan, G. and Johari, A. R. and Bakar, M. A. A. and Sahidan, N. . and Musa, N. and Salebi, M. F. and Razali, N. and Sanagi, M. M. (2017) The effect of magnetic and optic field in water electrolysis. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42 (26). pp. 16325-16332. ISSN 0360-3199

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Abstract

Hydrogen production via water electrolysis was studied under the effect of magnetic and optical field. A diode solid state laser at blue, green and red were utilized as optical field source. Magnetic bar was employed as external magnetic field. The green laser has shown a greatest effect in hydrogen production due to its non-absorbance properties in the water. Thus its intensity of electrical field is high enough to dissociation of hydronium and hydroxide ions during orientation toward polarization of water. The potential to break the autoprotolysis and generate the auto-ionization is the mechanism of optical field to reveal the hydrogen production in water electrolysis. The magnetic field effect is more dominant to enhance the hydrogen production. The diamagnetic property of water has repelled the present of magnetic in water. Consequently the water splitting occurs due to the repulsive force induced by the external magnetic field. The magnetic distributed more homogenous in the water to involve more density of water molecule. As a result hydrogen production due to magnetic field is higher in comparison to optical field. However the combination both fields have generated superior effect whereby the hydrogen yields nine times higher in comparison to conventional water electrolysis.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Autoionization, Autoprotolysis, Hydrogen, Laser, Magnet, Optic
Subjects:Q Science > QC Physics
Divisions:Science
ID Code:77131
Deposited By: Fazli Masari
Deposited On:31 May 2018 17:36
Last Modified:31 May 2018 17:36

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