How much solid Carbon Dioxide can be collected in a container with the top of the container level with the ground during a Martian Winter? Side Question: What do you call a generator that runs on the seasons of the year?
At the end of the winter with the container ideally full and capped. During middle summer the container warms melting the solid carbon dioxide creating pressure.
How much pressure can be acquired this way in a year to turn a generator that runs an electrical arc or devise to crack carbon dioxide? The oxygen from cracked carbon dioxide would rise to the top of the container to be collected. Enough atmospheric pressure from the oxygen would keep the carbon dioxide as liquid separate from the Oxygen. Cracking carbon dioxide would create more heat and pressure inside the container to power the generator more.
Can enough ice collect at night to create a generator that runs one cycle per day instead of per year?
After the liquid carbon dioxide runs out how much oxygen would be left in the container?
Could the ice be mined to run this? Can a machine process and run on $CO_2$ and $H_2O$ for an $O_2$ by product?
I have combined the question with another question that was about to be marked as a duplicate for they were very similar. I apologize for the inconvenience if you have to add to your answer. Answers should still be valid.