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Re: Meyers waveform
« Reply #8 on: February 27, 2017, 17:32:23 pm »
(http://www.ionizationx.com/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=3175.0;attach=15050)

on the left side you see the molecule has its electrons attracted to the positive side the bonding electrons are represented paired together

on the right side after the molecules already aligned they receives a very sharp high voltage reverse pulse than the electrons of oxygen must re-arrange so changing the time share rate of the electron forcing them to be more likely into the hydrogen side basically depolarizing the molecule.... or neutralizing the dipole attraction force

on the drawings the red is positive and blue negative




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Re: Meyers waveform
« Reply #9 on: February 27, 2017, 17:59:14 pm »
(http://www.ionizationx.com/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=3175.0;attach=15050)

on the left side you see the molecule has its electrons attracted to the positive side the bonding electrons are represented paired together

on the right side after the molecules already aligned they receives a very sharp high voltage reverse pulse than the electrons of oxygen must re-arrange so changing the time share rate of the electron forcing them to be more likely into the hydrogen side basically depolarizing the molecule.... or neutralizing the dipole attraction force

on the drawings the red is positive and blue negative

Nice!
What is the source of this info?


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Re: Meyers waveform
« Reply #10 on: February 27, 2017, 20:34:16 pm »
this is the theory i´m working on, this is the conclusion i came up with for the better case possible i see  to oscillate the molecule and break it apart

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Re: Meyers waveform
« Reply #11 on: February 28, 2017, 18:21:25 pm »
What hold the water molecule is the attraction of oxygen protons to the hydrogen electrons but it only is possible because the ability of electrons to pair with another with oposite spin because its like the electrons cant repel each other as much in this situation....

if we consider the force that holds the water molecule stable to be the attraction 8 proton to hydrogen electrons + the atraction of the hydrogen proton to the 8 electrons - the repelling force between the hydrogens proton and oxygens protons- the repelling force between all electrons.. the protons are farther away than the electrons a bit ..

the oposite spin of the electrons makes the repelling force to be smaller because the magnetic moment cancel each other

the repeling force of the hydrogens protons also exist and is what cause the compact format of water

the result is a molecule with
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