Self-ionization is a term applied to the phenomenon of water molecules dissociating into ions when placed in an electric field.
Self-ionization occurs when a water molecule is forced to come in contact with a charged surface. When the water is placed in a large enough electric field, it will dissociate into positively charged ions and negatively charged electrons. A water molecule at rest (no charge) has a negative charge because each oxygen atom has an electron. But when an electron is attached to a water molecule, the oxygen negative charge is split up into positive charges on the oxygen atom and a positive charge on the hydrogen atom.
The way self-ionizing water works is that the electrons in the water molecule are attracted to the positive charge on the oxygen atom – and the water molecule becomes a charged metal with electrons. These electrons then recombine with the positive charge on the hydrogen atom to create a positively charged water molecule.
The water molecule is the same in both cases, but in the new video the water molecule starts out positively charged and the water molecule itself is made of the same hydrogen atoms, but it has a different charge.
What this means is that water self ions are possible. Water is an excellent solvent for metals. If you have a metal in water it will dissolve, but there are some metals that self ionize. This is a big deal because it means that some metals that are not easily soluble in water will be soluble in water.
self ionization of water is a big deal for two reasons. First, it means that if you have a metal in your solution you will be able to dissolve some of that metal. This could be a problem if you have some toxic or even harmful metals in your solution. Second, it means that if you have a toxic solution you will be able to pump it with electricity and pump a toxic solution with water.
It’s a pretty big deal because it means that it’s possible to generate a toxic solution by simply pumping water through a metal. This could be a huge problem if you have toxic metals in your solution, because you might need to pump water through a metal to remove them.
A really big problem because it means that you can’t just move a toxic solution from one location to another. You will need to pump water through a metal to remove the toxic metals, then pump water through a metal to create a toxic solution. Which is where the electrical power comes in since the solution can’t be pumped by electricity alone.
I see a lot of people doing this when they are building their own home, but why? They have to decide if they want to pump water through a metal to clean it, or if they want to pump a toxic solution through a metal to remove the water. Obviously, if you are trying to remove a lot of contaminants from a solution, then you will probably want to pump through a metal.
Although it has been a long time since I played the original game, I did come across a few resources that may give you some insight into how the water/metal thing works in that game.