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At the cathode, catalysts split N2 molecules and prompt the hydrogen ions and electrons to react with nitrogen and make ammonia.
The anode, covered with a catalyst, splits water molecules into O2, hydrogen ions, and electrons.
Further testing showed that the feet contained a molecular pump that moves around hydrogen ions, or protons, to make acid.
The radio waves are calibrated to target just the less abundant material, in this case hydrogen ions.
The excited hydrogen ions then slam into the more abundant deuterium ions, and resulting particles fly into the reactor's outer shell, generating heat and electricity.
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