Energy production through hydrogen combustion
The hypothesis that as the size of the hydrogen foam bubbles increase, the energy released in the combustion will be greater, has been proven to be true.
The use of hydrogen as a fuel source is being promoted for use in cars, boats, buildings and even portable electrical devices. Unlike the use of fossil fuels which emit carbon dioxide and other types of pollutants into the atmosphere, the combustion of hydrogen only produces water, and is hence a more environmentally- friendly alternative.
This experiment may also be repeated by using foam from a fire extinguisher.
This experiment may be modified by using the hydrogen foam bubbles to fuel a small rocket.
The amount of energy produced can be observed through measuring the amount of life of the rocket.
Hydrogen economy - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_economy
Gas demo in technorama - http://www.technorama.ch/fileadmin/user_upload/ausstellung/vorfuehrungen/GasDemo_Besuchertext_e.pdf
Suitably qualified persons are required to handle combustible gases and pressurized storage tanks. Safety goggles should be worn at all times. Fire safety precautions should be taken at all times.