Mark III Advanced Pressure Control / Deuterium Generation from D2O / Metal Hydride Storage

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Re: Mark III Advanced Pressure Control / Deuterium Generation from D2O / Metal Hydride Storage

Post by Andrew Seltzman » Sun Apr 26, 2020 8:47 pm

I think one benefit of electrolysis at home is no hazmat or freight shipping issues.
Same can apply to using deuterostiks at home, if some enthusiast starts a filling service.
Can items be listed on ebay with a price that includes refundable core fee? - Rich Feldman
Would anyone be interested in purchasing D2 filled cartridges for the following cost + shipping
Filled Brunton Hydrocore / Horizon Hydrostik PRO cartridge containing ~2g (~11L) of D2 = $115
Cartridge refill for ~2g (~11L) of D2 = $65
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Re: Mark III Advanced Pressure Control / Deuterium Generation from D2O / Metal Hydride Storage

Post by Rich Feldman » Fri Jun 05, 2020 4:12 pm

I would go for that.
But promised myself not to work on deuterium before I have an operating vacuum chamber again.

Cartridge connectors and pressure regulators are easy to get on ebay, but I would first look into hacking the Brunton fuel cell unit on hand.
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