Creating a negative current to bring alkalinity to water.


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Old 09-03-14, 12:46 PM
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Creating a negative current to bring alkalinity to water.

To whom it may concern,

So I know you can gain a certain amount of alkalinity if you place water in the Sun. I was hoping that somebody could tell me what to use to create a good negative current for a two tank separator device I may make from bottles or hose-play. I only want to use sunlight and a negative. I'm thinking about some form of stone or something. I saw one person do this effectively with an old laptop charger. Maybe I should just use a solar panel phone charger or dollar store yard light but I'd like to go the stone route.


Thanks,

Jason.
 
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Old 09-03-14, 05:46 PM
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Why not just put sodium bicarbonate or sodium hydroxide in the water?
 
 

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