Electrolysis revisited

I came across the following quote on another forum and it caused me to wonder~~~~~~~~

“Non-integer-frequency crystals will work well, as long as the crystal's frequency is between the microcontroller's maximum and minimum crystal frequencies. The non-integer frequencies exist to ease generation of frequencies needed in particular applications. 3.2768 MHz = 100 * 32768 Hz and 6.144 MHz can be divided to generate baud rates for an RS-232 serial port.”

~~~~Can the separation of the water molecule as in electrolysis be caused by a unique DC frequency and if so can this frequency be duplicated?

~~~~ Is there a way to automatically monitor the water molecule reactions to varying frequency changes? When a change occurs, the change is recorded like noting a blip or spike in the frequency flow?

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