Hydrogen gas has been a front runner in the alternative fuel debate for decades now. It is plentiful, inexpensive, and the only byproduct of its combustion is water vapor. In the following video, I demonstrate how hydrogen can be produced in large quantities using very inexpensive and common chemicals.
- 1 liter heat-resistant Erlenmeyer flask
- Rubber stopper
- 3/8" vinyl tubing
- 1/4" vinyl tubing
- 2 liter bottle
- Muriatic acid
- Aluminum foil
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