Electrolytic Cell

[75] Inventor: Archie H. Blue, Christchurch, New

Zealand [56] References Cited

U.S. PATENT DOCUMENTS United States Patent [11] 4,124,463 [45] Nov. 7, 1978 1,219,333 3/1917 Kynaston . 204/149 X

[73] Assignees: Ross Derisley Wood; Roland Edgar; 1,376,207 4/1921 Jacobs 204/265 X

Alec Henry Taylor, all of St. Martin's 1,431,047 10/1922 Ruben 204/265

Guernsey, Channel Islands; 1,544,052 6/1925 Avery 204/149X Margaret Elizabeth Pyke, Essex, 1,862,663 6/1932 Curtis 204/285 X England 2,000,815 5/1935 Berl 204/265 X -

(21] AppI. No.: 755, 608 3,292,138 6/1965 Enk et al 204/246X 3,433,729 3/1969 Proskuryakov et al 204/129 3,515,036 6/1970 Staat et al 204/129X

[51] Int. CL2 C25B 1/02; C25B 9/00 C25B 9/02 152] US. Cl 204/129; 204/265; 204/277; 204/288

(58) Field of Search 204/129, 246, 263, 265,204/266, 269, 270, 277, 278, 275, 288, 289 Primary Examiner-Arthur C. Prescott Attorney Agent, or Firm-Haseltine, Lake & Waters

[57] ABSTRACT

In the electrolytic production of hydrogen and oxygen, air is pumped through the cell while the electrolysis is in progress so as to obtain a mixture of air with the electrolytically produced hydrogen and oxygen.

5 Claims, 3 Drawing Figures

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