[QUOTE=Docc]Yesterday, 11:19 PM
Join Date: Feb 2012
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Anybody have any thoughts, burning nitrogen
Nitrogen is not flammable. If it were, the world would be on fire.
Hydrogen is pretty impractical, and I dont understand what "residue" it could leave behind. When hydrogen is burned all it leaves behind is water .
Of course if you are mixing in the airstream of an internal combustion gas engine, who knows what that is doing, I am sure it is throwing off the hydrocarbon and monoxide amounts, affecting catalytic converter operation.