Design of a Hydrogen and Oxygen Power Reactor using Pure Water (H2O) and a Modified Electrolysis Process and Procedures


  • Cornelio Jeremy G. Ecle Cornelio Jeremy G. Ecle, MIT
  • Fedeliza O. Abrera Fedeliza O. Abrera, MIT
  • Dr. Arvin Anthony S.Araneta Dr. Arvin Anthony S. Araneta, DMT
  • Cherlowen A. Bolito Cherlowen A. Bolito, MAT-Math
  • Archibald M. Duran Archibald M. Duran, MIT
  • Loren Rose L. Alforte Loren Rose L. Alforte, MIT , Eastern Samar State University, Salcedo Campus, Salcedo Eastern Samar, 6802, Philippines
  • Archibal D. Ranido Archibal D. Ranido, MIT , Eastern Samar State University, Guiuan Campus, Guiuan Eastern Samar, 6809, Philippines
  • Dr. John Glenn D. Ocaṅa Dr. John Glenn D. Ocaṅa, DMT, Department of Science and Technology, Region VIII, Tacloban City, 6500, Philippines


Hydrogen, Oxygen, Electrolysis, Electric Power Turbine, Electrons, Renewable Source of Energy, Water, Space Exploration, Space Travel, Solar Power Systems, Reactors, Energy


Power or Energy is an important part of the human modern daily life. It is the lifeline of any modern civilization.

In all areas of man’s modern life, energy is an integral part of the social community and society lives hand in hand with the essential existence of energy as a vital part of every mankind here in this modern planet. In the development of electricity as a source of energy, many forms of technology have evolved from the use of coal to power steam engines and the use of crude oil as a fuel to power modern engines and the use of nuclear energy to power nations and of course the development of renewable forms of energy such as the solar power energy, wind power energy, ocean current energy, water energy from the dams and many other forms of renewable forms of energy. One of these energy that human can harness is the energy which is abundant here on earth, is water and the energy of the sun. If the energy of the sun can be used to harvest the hydrogen and oxygen gas from water then humanity would have an unlimited power and energy for the future to come and mankind would and can help the planet earth restore into to its original state of a minimally polluted atmosphere and reduce the unprecedented natural calamities the world is facing due to global climate change.  This paper highlights the fundamental principles of how this theory can be achieved and the procedures, methods, studies, experiments and research that have been examined in order to achieve what the researchers intend to accomplish as mentioned above which is the development of an energy of the future. This paper is a study on renewable forms of energy and renewable forms of energy is a new, milestone for science as science endeavors to create a sustainable and clean form of energy.


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How to Cite

G. Ecle, C. J. ., O. Abrera, F. ., S.Araneta, D. A. A. ., A. Bolito, C. ., M. Duran, A. ., L. Alforte, L. R. ., D. Ranido, A. ., & D. Ocaṅa, D. J. G. . (2020). Design of a Hydrogen and Oxygen Power Reactor using Pure Water (H2O) and a Modified Electrolysis Process and Procedures. International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), 51(1), 115–132. Retrieved from