Brown's Gas was named after Yull Brown who discovered that by the
electrolysis of water a certain stoichiometric mix of hydrogen and
oxygen atoms existed that was flammable. Brown's gas was named by
Yull Brown who died in 1998 and the name continues to this day.
Brown's gas is also sometimes called Rhodes Gas (after William
A. Rhodes who predated Brown), oxyhydrogen, hydroxy and HHO gas.
There has much controversy and confusion over the years as to just
what Browns gas is.
For instance, some called the substance 2H2O2 while others simply
call it HHO. The recent thinking is that Brown's gas contains two
atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen in a kind of loose molecular
bond that is flammable and can be combustible under the right conditions.
Some researchers will talk about Brown's gas in its mon-atomic
state versus its di-atomic state saying that the electrolyzer must
cause a particular endothermic reaction to form the mon-atomic states
of hydrogen and oxygen, which burn more energetically than its di-atomic
So, when one produces Brown's gas by electrolyzing water in theory
several different structures of hydrogen and oxygen occur including
mon-atomic hydrogen and oxygen, di-atomic hydrogen and oxygen, water
vapor and something some researchers call "expanded water."
Heat is also produced in this reaction.
Brown's gas is now used in the welding industry and can be used
to clean up nuclear waste, but the focus of this website is how
Brown's gas is used in the emerging industry of using HHO generators
Kit and Kaboodle ...
Brown's gas kits can help drivers lower emissions and increase
gas mileage now. Some drivers and entrepreneurs are buying Brown's
gas plans through readily available eBooks such as the ones advertised
on this website to create their own HHO gas generators.
Some will use a Brown's gas generator on their own car, while another
may make several and start selling them online, turning this clean
energy alternative into a thriving Internet business.
Whichever direction you go, be sure that Brown's gas is here to
stay. As more drivers daily are achieving substantial success with
their Brown's gas generators and word of mouth spreads, more interest
will be shown by the larger players.
Right now, Brown's gas has been mentioned as viable technology
by the U. S. Department of Transportation, the National Hydrogen
Association and is being sold by several large companies in the
U. S. and Canada. Ronn Motors is even using it in their Scorpion
eco exotic sports car.
In just a few years, Brown's gas generators may be inside every
Pep Boys, AutoZone, Kragen and NAPA nationwide. But, why wait, when
you can start saving gas and the environment right now?
I was browsing your site and on Yull Brown's page a noticed a
little mistake in the bulgarian name of the inventor. His bulgarian
name is in English Iliya Vylkov or Iliya Valkov.