Why have neutral plates in an hydroxy generator? Answered
I've been wanting to build a simple hydroxy generator for using it as a torch. I've seen about 500 gazillion tutorials and alot of them talk abour having 3-5 neutral plates between each positive and negative plate.
What is the point of this? Isn't it better to have all plates connected as electrodes?
Also, what's the difference between having 5 neutral plates between positive and negative plate, and just having the positive and negative plates installed farther apart (same distance as if you had the neutrals between them)?