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Spin of water molecule
« on: August 16, 2009, 19:30:37 pm »
Some notes i made on the patent 4936961

Water molecule have opposite electrical fields.
A voltage puls causes initially randomly orientated molecules in the liquid to SPIN
and orient themselves with reference to positive and negative poles of the voltage field applied.

Even a slight potential difference applied causes the orientated molecules to align themselves between the plates.

The result of using pulses is that the energy level of the ATOMS increases and the MOLECULES elongate.
Electrically charged nuclei and electrons are atrackted towards opposite electrically electrodes
, disrupting the mass and charge equilibrium of the water molecule.


As voltage rises, because of the charging of the watercapacitor, the atracktion force grows in strength.
As a result, the co-valent bonding between atoms which forms the molecule is weakend and ultimataly terminated.
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