The Process of Electrolysis of Lake “Green Water” as a Generator For Obtaining Phytoplankton’s Concentrate, Oxygen, Hydrogen, Utilization of Carbon Dioxide and Purified Water for Recycling in a Closed Ecological Cycle


  • Michael Shoikhedbrod


Electrolytic hydrogen and oxygen bubbles, Fast-proliferating phytoplankton cells, Live, Phytoplankton concentration, Production of high-quality polar and non-polar lipids, Restoration of fresh water in lakes


The stagnant zones of fresh lakes, formed by phytoplankton in stagnant “green water” under the influence of the sun, lead to the death of phytoplankton
and fish, the release of hydrogen sulfide and make fresh water unsuitable even for agricultural use. In this regard, the development of a method for
phytoplankton’s concentration, obtaining oxygen and hydrogen from "green water" becomes an urgent task, associated not only with the restoration of
fresh water in lakes but also with the effective use of the resulting phytoplankton concentrate to remove carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and enrich
the environment with oxygen, with obtaining oxygen for environmental enrichment and hydrogen as a valuable harmless fuel. On the other hand,
the use of a high concentration of live, fast-proliferating phytoplankton cells with a lipid bilayer in the membrane makes it possible to synthase of
polar lipids (phospholipids), which are widely used as food and biologically active compounds additives, and of non-polar lipids, widely used in the
production of biofuels, biopolymers, and other products. The article presents a new developed method, using the "green water" electrolysis process
as a generator, for obtaining a foam concentrate from rapidly multiplying phytoplankton cells, not only to restore fresh water in lakes, but also to
effectively use the resulting foam concentrate for the utilization of carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and enrichment environment oxygen; for
obtaining pure oxygen for enrichment of the environment and pure hydrogen as a valuable harmless source of energy in a closed biological cycle,
in which, with the help of negatively charged electrolytic hydrogen bubbles, formed on the cathode, isolated from the anode by a membrane made of
fire hose material, during electrolysis "green water" with phytoplankton cells that have two unique properties: microdispersion and a negative charge
of their surface, which allows them to form strong flotation complexes: electrolytic hydrogen bubbles + phytoplankton cells that float to the surface
of "green water" due to their increased volume, compared to individual components, which ensures the successful completion of the flotation-
concentration process and, as a result, part of the resulting foam concentrate is returned to the lake for utilization of carbon dioxide, enrichment of the
environment with oxygen and as food for fish, and the main part of the foam concentrate after the release of hydrogen from the foam, which makes it
possible to obtain pure gaseous hydrogen - a source of harmless energy and a concentrate with the lowest water content, which is used for the synthesis
of polar (phospholipids) and non-polar lipids. A negatively charged catholyte solution, formed as a result of exposure to negatively charged hydrogen
bubbles, promotes the rapid reproduction of phytoplankton cells. Positively charged electrolytic oxygen bubbles, formed during electrolysis on an
anode, isolated from the cathode, become a source of oxygen enrichment of the environment.