Cracking water in TRAVELLER
I have to be wrong about this  please tell me that I'm wrong!
This is what I find elsewhere on the net...
"Water has a rel molecular weight of 18 amu, so 1 mole of water has a mass of 18 grams. So, 1,000 grams of water contains 1,000/18 moles = 55.5 moles. Therefore 1 litre of H2O produces 111 moles of H, and 55.5 moles of O."
Elsewhere I find...
"Avogadro's rule for molar volume states that one mole of any ideal gas occupies 22.4 liters of volume"
If the above mentioned items are correct  to fill 13.5 Kiloliters with Hydrogen, you'd need something like 5 liters of water.
Please tell me the math is wrong. Please?
If I'm right? One need only carry a single dTon of water in your hold, plus the empty fuel tankage you need to fill with Hydrogen for when you want to jump, and you're golden.
if 5 liter of volume = 0.176573333607443 cubic feet, then 500 cubic feet of water will produce about 2831.6846591999992182374156967191 dTons of hydrogen Fuel.
These numbers MUST be off!
Last edited by hal; 04242019 at 04:09 PM.
Reason: spelling error correction
