Just mixing pure hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) in a ratio of 67%:33% does not make the gas ‘Brown’s Gas’.
Just as if mixing hydrogen and oxygen from bottles in a 67:33 ratio does not make Brown’s Gas. Brown’s Gas has 6 different constituents / combinations of H and O. A mixture of pure molecular H2 and O2 has only those 2 constituents, thus is called OxyHydrogen, not Brown’s Gas.
Brown’s Gas (aka HydrOxy or HHO) contains:
Diatomic hydrogen (H2)
Diatomic oxygen (O2)
Negatively charged Plasma form of water (ExW)
Water vapour (H2O)
Monatomic hydrogen (H)
Monatomic oxygen (O)
The HydrOxy name was coined back in the 1980’s by a New Zealand man names Alvin Crosby, who was a distributor of Yull Brown’s and started making his own version of Brown’s Gas machines and (because Yull Brown was upset with him) Alvin made up a new trade name for the gas… HydrOxy.
Similarly, the name HHO was another trade name for Brown’s Gas, made up by Denny Klein of Florida in the USA, in the 1990’s when he was attempting to attract investors by ‘patenting’ this ’new’ gas. Of course his patents were worthless because just changing the name doesn’t change the actual gas characteristics or the technology to generate it.
Thus HydrOxy and HHO are two (of the many) names for Brown’s Gas. So what is Brown’s Gas?
Note the video in my 2019 Germany presentation shows the ExW (the third most prevalent constituent in Brown’s Gas) being generated.
The “electron rich plasma water vapor” which I call ‘electrically expended water (ExW) is ONLY created in specially designed electrolyzes that do NOT have a membrane between the anode and cathode. I discovered this plasma form of water in 1996.
PEM/SPE electrolyzers have a ‘membrane’ (the solid polymer electrolyte) so cannot form the conditions required to make ExW, thus cannot ever make Brown’s Gas (HydrOxy or HHO). It’s physically impossible.
This ’plasma’ form of water (ExW) can ONLY (as far as I know so far) be formed in the area between electrodes that do NOT have a membrane that ’separates’ the hydrogen and oxygen from each other during the electrolysis process.
Cations and anions need to make a kind of ‘semiconductor bridge’ in the solution between the electrodes that can then stuff electrons into water, making an electron rich gaseous form of water that is NOT part of the Faraday Equations…
Which is why properly designed Brown’s Gas electrolyzers seem to be ‘over-unity’; producing more gas than Faraday equations predict. Because the ExW is a ’side effect’ of the electrolysis process and not part of the Faraday Equations.
View a quick efficiency test of the AquaCure AC50; indicating about 98% efficiency
Electrolyzers using PEM/SPE effectively have a ‘membrane’ and can NEVER make ExW. It’s physically impossible.
Further ‘combining the ports’ will NOT make Brown’s Gas (or HydrOxy or HHO), that’s a miss-understanding you need to correct now, or I’ll be forced to ‘expose’ it.
It’s bad enough that no one can settle on a single name for Brown’s Gas, we cannot allow gas mixtures that are not even Brown’s Gas to carry any of its names.
Combining the ports of 99.9% pure H2 and 99.9% pure O2 is about the same as just using bottled hydrogen and oxygen, which will NEVER make ExW which is a defining characteristic of Brown’s Gas (HydrOxy or HHO).
What you are producing (when you combine pure hydrogen and oxygen) is often called OxyHydrogen…
OxyHydrogen is often confused with Brown’s Gas by people who do not know the difference… Like these unfortunately miss-informed folks at WikiPeadia.