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 Post subject: An interesting watch
PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2023 11:55 am 
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This video popped up as I was browsing YouTube. I found it interesting, as my thoughts are very similar to the future of the internal combustion engine and electric vehicles.

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 Post subject: yes....
PostPosted: Sat Feb 11, 2023 3:36 pm 
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Interesting indeed it is.
Thanks for posting the link.

This is surely a solution that could be implemented on a local basis? Just as hydrogen production...
We are living in a technologically fascinating and challenging time as the move to zero carbon requires.

I have seen a similar thing in photographic processing when for colour processing ye olde smelly nasty EP2 was done away with
and replaced with RA4.
The real challenge came when lower volume turnover necessitated producing chemistry that didn't go off quickly (oxidise)...
but of course a solution was found here too.


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