Applied Biophysics of Activated Water: The Physical by Vladimir I. Vysotskii, Alla A. Kornilova, Igor V. Smirnov

By Vladimir I. Vysotskii, Alla A. Kornilova, Igor V. Smirnov

This e-book presents an in depth assessment of the trendy theories facing the constitution and houses of water. It additionally provides an research of the learn at the influence of activated water on organic platforms resembling animals, microorganisms, and crops. the result of experiments at the effect of activated water on natural microbiological cultures and their normal institutions are defined, the stories being conducted below either cardio and anaerobic stipulations.

the implications reveal an important impression of activated water on greater crops (vegetable crops), sterile crops, and callus tissues. it's proven that the activation of water less than sure stipulations offers upward thrust to the looks of very robust bactericidal houses: activated water inhibits the improvement of pathogenic microbiological cultures via tens and countless numbers of occasions extra strongly, and will be used for sterilization. additionally, a effective confident impression of activated water at the prevention and therapy of melanoma in mice has been saw, and its efficacy in comparison to that of chemotherapy is mentioned within the booklet.

the knowledge supplied during this booklet is supported through extensive experimental info and built theories. The examine courses have been performed on the authors' laboratories in Ukraine and Russia in addition to at examine amenities positioned within the united states.

  • Introduction to the idea of Water reminiscence and basic ideas of Water Activation
  • Molecular Resonance impression expertise because the easy technique for Activation of Liquid ingredients
  • Study of the actual homes of MRET Activated Water
  • Influence of MRET Activated Water at the development of upper crops
  • Effects of MRET Activated Water on Microbial tradition and ordinary Microbial institutions
  • Examination of the effect of MRET Activated Water on Prophylaxis and therapy of Oncology
  • Effect of MRET Activated Water on Staphylococcal an infection in vivo in Animal version (on the Cells of Immune process) and in vitro at the tradition of Staphylococcus aureus Wood-46
  • The attainable Mechanisms of results of Activated Water on organic structures
  • Conclusions and suggestions

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6 Å. Each polyhedron has 12 pentagonal faces, 30 edges joining these faces, and 20 vertices. At each vertex, three edges come together. At the vertices of each polyhedron, 20 molecules of H2 O are situated, and each molecule of H2 O has three hydrogen bonds. By the data in Zenin (1999), three polyhedrons can be joined in stable associates containing 57 water molecules. From these 57 molecules, 17 ones have completely saturated hydrogen bonds and form a tetrahedral hydrophobic central frame. Moreover, the surface of each of four dodecahedrons contains 10 centers of the formation of a hydrogen bond (O-H or O).

Also, the rate decreases as the concentration decreases. ). Since the volume of a cuvette, where these studies were carried out, was much less than 70 liters, this means that none of protein molecules was present in the volume of water after the manifold dilution. The experiments which were executed in this work demonstrated that this type of information can be stored for a long time in unperturbed water at sufficiently low temperatures, but it is efficiently “erased” under classical actions such as ultrasound, strong heating, or the phase transition such as the freezing of water and the thawing of ice.

Clusters). Since there exists a very strong interconnection between the neighboring hydrogen bonds, the appearance and elimination of hydrogen bonds occur in a correlated manner and are synchronized in time. Such a character of the bond allows us to suppose that the “flickering clusters” arise and disappear in water. e. of the order of 1000 molecular oscillations. The considered specific features of the bulk water structure indicate that water molecules are always distributed between two systems weakly coupled with each other: the quasiamorphous nonstructurized water and the quasicrystalline structurized system of clathrate hydrates.

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