How many liters of hydrogen in one liter of water?
One liter of water contains 1234.44 liters of hydrogen and 604.69 liters of oxygen.

How do we know this?

1 liter of water weighs 1000g. Water is composed of 11.11% H2 and 88.89% O by mass. 1 liter of H2 weighs 0.09g and 1 liter of O2
weighs 1.47g. It means that 111.11g of Hydrogen and 888.89g of Oxygen are in 1000g of water. 111.11g/0.09g/l = 1234.44 liters of H2
and 888.89g/1.47g/l = 604.69 liters of O are stored in 1 liter of water.

What is hydrogen?
Hydrogen was discovered by Henry Cavendish at 1766 in London, England. Origin of name : from the Greek words "hydro" and "genes"
meaning "water" and "generator".
Hydrogen is a chemical element with symbol  H  hydrogen is the lightest element and its monatomic form (H1) is the most abundant ,
constituting roughly 75% of the Universe's baryonic.

At standard temperature and pressure , hydrogen is a colorless , odorless , tasteless , non-toxic, highly combustible diatomic  gas.
Industrial production is mainly from the steam reforming of natural gas, and less often from more energy-intensive hydrogen methods like
the electrolysis of water .

Octane ratings are better than 130, compared with high test gasoline at 93 octanes.

How the Hydrogennie system Works?
The Water tank is a container with four litters capacity of pure distilled water that has to be refilled when needed only. This unit supply
water to the Distributor every time you start the engine.
The Distributor where the water is mixed with the Electrolitic. This container has a minimum and maximum level sensors in order to
mantain a constant concentration mixture in the system and keep the electrodes exposed 100% of the time sumerged in the
water/electolytic mixture. It is connected to the Water pump by a vynil clear hose.
From the output of the Water pump the mixture will go to the input of the Radiator, where will cool out, and from there will continue to
the bottom fitting on the Hydrogen Cell; here the water will be exposed to 12.75 Volts DC.
The current will flow from the Negative Electrodes to the Positive Electrodes disintegrating the water and freeing Hydrogen and Oxygen
gases contained in the molecular structure of the water.
These gases will leave through a top fitting and a polyethylene toward back to the water tank, these gases will pass through the water
filtering any chemicals and leave the water tank through a top fitting and a Neoprene hose in direction to the Hydrogen injector and then
to the Air intake of the engine if is a gasoline type or to the Turbo if is a diesel engine.
Those gases will enter the pistons of the engine where they are mixed with the other fuels to work.
In conclusion you will not mix water with fuel but the gases contained in the molecular structure of the water
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