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Facts of my water research!
« on: September 24, 2008, 16:36:02 pm »
Hi,

Here is the factlist of my waterresearch. Of course i am not in the position to test and confirm all this, but its a nice list.
The list is random. Maybe i will sort the info in a better understandable way.
The list is still growing and will be updated.
If anybody has more facts, please write a reply and i will add it.

br
Steve

  • Each oxygen atom is typically surrounded by four hydrogens--two close ones from its own molecule, and two further away on nearby molecules
  • The oxygen has a negative charge, and the hydrogens a bit more positive--a charge separation called a dipole.
  • In water, the dipoles are already partially aligned. This without any applied voltage field
  • Clusters of nearby molecules act as a single, larger dipole, enhancing the field more than they would on their own
  • Each oxygen pulls the hydrogens further from the oxygen in neighboring molecules, which increases the charge separation within each molecule and therefore the strength of each molecule's individual dipole.
  • Electrons are spread out among the molecules
  • Dipole values of water are typically 60% bigger than for water vapor
  • Hydrogen bonds give water its strength
  • Water needs more energy to heat it than is needed to warm most things. Its hard to heat water because molecules must vibrate more vigorously to become warmer, but hydrogen bonds restrict the movement of water molecules.
  • Water always trys to get into a state of equilibrium. If you put a detergent in water, watermolecules will surround it and try to neutrilze the voltagefield of the detergent
  • The hydrogen bond in water is part (about 90%) electrostatic and part (about 10%) covalent
  • The electrostatic force between an electron and a proton, that together make up a hydrogen atom, is about 40 orders of magnitude stronger than the gravitational force acting between them
  • Fluid velocitie creates a static charge. Because of its large impact on dielectric constant, the recommended velocity for hydrocarbon fluids containing water should be limited to 1 m/s.
  • Electrons are the bond between the oxygen atom and the hydrogen atom. If the electrostatic charge on an electron can be discharged, it will cease to bond.
  • The low mass bodies of the electrons can polarize in response to very high frequency electric fields.
  • Ions and permanent dipoles move too slowly and can only be polarized by lower frequency electric fields
  • The time needed for a specific polarization to occur is termed the relaxation time.
  • Dielectric materials, like water, have a dielectric constant greater than unity and are strong supporters of electrostatic fields
  • Dielectric strength of a material is a measure of the material resistance to breakdown
  • Breakdown of water occurs when electrons break molecular bonds in the water during an ESD event creating micro-defects which can propagate through the water.
  • ESD (electrostatic discharge) may free electrons from atoms and accelerate them to energies high enough to free other electrons from atoms which creates an avalanche of electron interactions
  • The dielectric strength of water remains almost independent of the pulse width, when the pulse width is within the microsecond range,
  • When the pulse width decreases to the sub-microsecond range, the dielectric strength starts to increase
  • For short pulses, water combines high dielectric strength, high dielectric constant (~80), and is "self healing" in the event of an electrical breakdown 
  • Increasing the water’s temperature will reduce the water's density and increase ion mobility . It decreases the dielectric strength
  • You need to have at least 5 molecules to have
    liquid water (Penta Water) but less than 5 molecules would be called
    vapor or a gas form of water which Stan Meyer's apparently is making
    not seperating Hydrogen and Oxygen, these vapors in the process of
    enough RF energy.
  • Electrolysis reduces the viscosity of water
  • « Last Edit: March 26, 2010, 21:21:10 pm by Steve »

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    Re: Facts of my water research!
    « Reply #1 on: September 25, 2008, 16:20:26 pm »
    I have just found an article about water and microwaves http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/water/microwave.html
    It's useful to read.

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    Re: Facts of my water research!
    « Reply #2 on: October 08, 2008, 09:26:10 am »
    New info:

    You need to have at least 5 molecules to have
    liquid water (Penta Water) but less than 5 molecules would be called
    vapor or a gas form of water which Stan Meyer's apparently is making
    not seperating Hydrogen and Oxygen, these vapors in the process of
    enough RF energy.

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    Re: Facts of my water research!
    « Reply #3 on: December 30, 2009, 21:38:08 pm »
    Hi,

    I forgot to write down the most important quality of water.
    Here it is:

    When an electric current passes through a solid conductor a magnetic field is created round the conductor and the conductor is heated by the passage of the current, both of which effects bear a definite relationship to the magnitude of the current passing. Some liquids are also conductors of electricity, like water.........

    Assume that electrolysis has been taking place in a cell and that the battery has been removed ;
    if a voltameter is then placed between the anode and cathode it will be found that there is a difference of potential
    between the two plates and that the direction of this electromotive force is the reverse of that of the current
    which was supplied in the first instance by the battery. This resistance is called the back E.M.F. of the cell,
    or the polarisation resistance.

    Steve