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Safe Nuclear In the 1950's, inexpensive aluminum cookware was just
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being introduced. Most of it was made from aluminum alloys
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that were brittle, and tended to crack when heated and
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their own aluminum pots and pans quite popular.
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Samuel Freedman introduced ChemAlloy in the late 1950's.
Housing By the early 1960's, most local hardware stores carried it. It
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that was ever sold.
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The first US Patent for the formula issued in 1957. Shortly
Products thereafter, Freedman started noticing that the alloy
exhibited some fairly unusual properties. One of these
Reviews properties was that it could produce electricity when
Links immersed in water. While most metals will do this,
ChemAlloy was unique in that it produced electricity while
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but no oxidation or reduction reactions were taking place.
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But the most remarkable discovery was when the metal was
ground down to a fine powder. When powdered ChemAlloy
was placed in water, it immediately began producing
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hydrogen and oxygen bubbles. This process continued until
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all of the water was gone! But like before, the metal itself
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In 1960, a second US Patent issued that up-dated the 1957
patent by adding the information on the alloy's special
properties. By the mid-1960's, Freedman reported that he
had successfully produced electricity from the same sample
of ChemAlloy for over seven years. The implications for the
inexpensive production of hydrogen are enormous.

For more information on this astonishing metal alloy, please


follow these links:

ChemAlloy Article

US Patent #2,796,345
US Patent #2,927,856

There seems to be no reason why this metal alloy could not


be produced again. The formulas in the patents seem rather
detailed, and would seem to give a research team a very
high likelyhood of success in redeveloping it.

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