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What is ExW and why does it matter?

George Wiseman says: “Spectro-analysis shows that HydrOxy contains monatomic hydrogen and oxygen but it’s only about 3% of the total volume.

Scientific evidence also shows that HydrOxy contains a significant volume of Electrically Expanded Water (ExW).  
ExW is a negatively charged (electron rich) plasma form of water.  
Depending on the quality of the HydrOxy gas, ExW can be up to 30% of the total volume.

ExW is still water (hasn’t split into hydrogen and oxygen) but it’s water that’s soaked up electricity and become a gaseous form of water that is NOT water vapor or steam.  If cooled, it does not condense.

Plasma is the fourth state of matter (solid, liquid, gas, plasma) and is defined as an ‘ionized gas’ (has extra electrons).  

ExW is water (H2O) in a gaseous form that has excess energy (in the form of bio-available electrons).  It’s a plasma at room temperature so it’s a ‘cold’ plasma.
ExW is NOT water vapor or steam.  It does not condense if cooled.  It only ‘condenses’ back into liquid water if it loses it’s electrons.

ExW forms in the middle of the liquid, between the electrodes and if you insert a ‘membrane’ to separate the gases (like traditional electrolyzers do) then the ExW forming ‘effect’ (water absorbing electrons) doesn’t happen.

So the only way I know to have and take advantage of the ExW, is to make and keep all the gasses together… 

We can confirm the existence of and measure the volume of ExW in Brown’s Gas by drying the gas (to remove water moisture) and use mass spectrometry to see that a gaseous form of water (that is not water vapor or steam) is still there (it will not condense if cooled).

That’s the most direct way to confirm the existence of the ExW.

ExW is what makes Brown’s Gas (aka HHO, HydrOxy, etc.) more effective for health application than using straight molecular hydrogen (H2).  
Because the body (and particularly bodies that are ill) NEEDS the energy (electrons) that the ExW provides.  

Bodies that are ill usually have compromised energy generation systems and their energy reserves have been depleted.  Adding energy INDEPENDENTLY of those systems allows the body to heal and re-start it’s own energy generation systems.

It’s good to give the body the food (hydrogen) it needs to heal, but also helps greatly if you give the body the ENERGY it needs to use the ‘food’  to heal.

It’s like any construction site.  You can bring the concrete and lumber, but without electricity and fuel no machines can operate.  The ExW provides the fuel the body needs to heal quicker.

Bodies that are ill usually have compromised energy generation systems and have used up their energy reserves.  So the ExW is needed for best results.

Of course the Hydrogen Technology people do not know about ExW, most don’t :))

This is another indication that they are copycats rather than original innovators.  They make a really nice looking machine, but it’s cobbled together from various sources (I can see several places in their machine).  It is well built and well presented, but they are what I call “Me Too” technology.

Jumping on the gravy train but late to the party.

All BG electrolyzers produce sludge, particularly if they are making plenty of ExW.  
Because it’s the ExW production that also supports the transmutation.

If you’re not making sludge, you’re not making ExW and the ‘health quality’ of your gas is LOW.  The ExW is a plasma form of water that gives living bodies ENERGY needed to heal.

The BEST (current) way to ‘measure’ the ExW is by inference.  The machines produce too much gas.

So the gas production is ‘over-unity’ when you compare the electrical input to the gas production using Faraday Law.  
In the case of the ER50 I’m 130% efficient.  So this ‘extra gas’ is the ExW.  It’s formed independently of the Faraday Equations.

When using spectroanlysis and chromaphotography the ExW shows up as ‘dry’ water vapor (it’s WATER in a gaseous form that does not condense).

These people should really be studying my work because I’m decades ahead of them.”