AHA investigators have extensively studied the
thermodynamics of electrolysis including proven theories in electrochemistry and
derivations by Anastasio Volta, William Nicholson, Sir Anthony Carlisle, Michael
Faraday, Sir William Grove, Herman von Helmholtz, J. Willard Gibbs, Walther H.
Nernst, and Sir Francis Bacon.
Contributions by these great minds to the scientific
advancement of electrochemistry arrive at the tested fact that the minimum
amount of energy required to produce hydrogen and oxygen from water is the sum
of work accomplished by applications of electrical, thermal, and any other form
of energy applied to accomplish the work of separating hydrogen- and
oxygen-characterized ions, electron exchange, nucleation, and collection of
Therefore it is with best wishes to any and all who
endeavor to produce hydrogen and oxygen from water that we urge creative
designs, experimentation, and peer reviews of experimental results.
We would like to help publish your new approaches, experimental results, and peer reviews of advancements that might accelerate commercialization of practical apparatus for cost-effective production of hydrogen and oxygen from water. Please accelerate your work and tell us about your repeatable experimental results, translations of proven results to hydrogen cost per GGE, and peer reviews. Please help foster the peaceful, healthful, and more satisfying Sustainable Prosperity Revolution by finding better ways to harness Earth’s plentiful solar, wind, wave, OTEC, and waste biomass resources.