TEMPERATURE CONSIDERATIONS

IN THE PRODUCTION OF FUNCTIONAL WATER


The structural-effect of various ions in dilute aqueous solutions has been studied by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance(NMR) and it has been observed that by increasing the magnetic field, the short-range hexagonal membered bonding and surface tension are changed. Similarly, an increase of water structure can be achieved by adding structure making ions or lowering the temperature.

When temperature is reduced from 0C to -40C under supercooling conditions, the formation of short-range, hexagonal membered water clusters is greatly increased.

Interestingly, many medical and biological journals report unsual growth of plants and animals in abnormally cold regions, where supercooled water is available in large quantities. Dr. Mu Shik Jhon may have found the answer with his research in hexagonal water clusters: healthy organisms prefer hexagonal water. Lowered temperature is therefore a consideration that is made in the processing of water into hexagonal clustered structures.

Frozen snow and ice are always hexagonal unless dissolved in heat or damaged by shock. The hexagonal water in liquid condition constantly changes.

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