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[*] posted on 15-7-2017 at 03:57
Production of deuterion


The deuterium is made from water (H2O) by means of constant electrolysis.
2 H2O - Closed electrolysis -> 2 D2O
The longer the electrolysis process, the greater the number of Deuterium, so when it obtains a compound having deuterium, decompose the D2O by electrolysis.
D2O -> 2 D2 + 1 O2
Separate the Oxygen from other agents by distillation at -210 degrees Celsius and then separate Deuterium from Hydrogen at -259 Celsius.
All kinds of compounds containing hydrogen as Hydrogen Chloride if placed in closed electrolysis becomes over time deuterium chloride.

Process:
In a closed container for electrolysis, place water or some Hydrogen-containing compound, after the compound is placed close the container and begin the process of electrolysis with a charge of 220V for more or less 1 day, never let the hydrogen or oxygen leave the Container. . . remember if ! Container that is heat resistant.
http://adaoreinaldo.blogspot.com.br/2010/04/protio-deuterio-...
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[*] posted on 15-7-2017 at 04:26


This is misleading. Electrolysis does not create D2O. It can be used to concentrate it though: provided you allow the lighter H2 to escape. The process is inefficient and has low yield and takes time.

Distilling oxygen at -210C to separate from D2? I get the impression you don't really know what you are talking about. There is nothing straightforward about that process. And it is not necessary. Electrode separation will allow collection of the two gases without mixing. And even if you did have a mixture; there are a lot of mucb easier ways to separate. But why would you want D2 gas anyway? D2O is way more convenient.


I am confused by this and your other threads. You post some details of a procedure but without comment, question or any necessary technical details for executing the process. It is not clear what your point is. In any case, practice on this board is that threads without an opening citation belong in beginnings.
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