"IIS-RT"-2004. Collection № 33-4

Temperature anomalies of non-contact activated liquids

Leontyeva E.V., Berdova E .S., Shironosov V.G., Glukhova N.A.
Scientific Research Center "Resonant Technologies" Udmurt State University, http://v4.udsu.ru/science/untsrt
Scientific Research Center "IKAR", ikar.udm.ru, ikar@udm.ru
Collection of theses of VNKSF-10, Moscow, 2004, p. 341-343.

The urgency of the topic is explained by the interest to new biotechnologies and the necessity to produce biologically active liquids (tea, coffee, etc) with a negative ReDox at different temperature conditions.

Non-contact liquid activation during a non-diaphragm electrolysis was empirically discovered by Shironosov V.G. and Shironosov E.V. in 1999 [1]. Before the experiments the phenomenon investigated theoretically [2, 3] and the possibility of 1/R^3 problem resolving was proven. 1/R^3 problem is a problem of stable resonant microcluster generation on the base of two and more dipoles (1984).

During electrolysis non-contact activated liquid transfers into a thermo-dynamically non-equilibrium state and acquires a microcluster structure due to contact activated liquid emission. These changes accompany any method of non-contact activation- magnetic, supersonic, laser, etc. As we know, hydroxyl molecule OH- has strong emission lines 18 sm, characteristic frequencies of rotational transitions ~ 2 GHz. So it is logical that different ways of heating will influence physicochemical liquid properties differently. That is why the objective of the present study was to define a heating method which would change activated liquid ReDox least of all. To this enв the following experiments were conducted:

Experiment 1. A 0.9 % NaCl solution (of tap water) was contact activated in a non-diaphragm electrolyzer [5]. Then it was heated up to 100°C by two methods: by means of microwave field and thermoelectric cells. After that the liquid cooled down to 25°C.

At the same time three distilled water samples were non-contact activated in three samples of contact activated liquids. The experiments results are presented in figure 1.

Experiment 2. The experiment concerned changes liquids ReDox. Liquids were first non-contact activated and then heated by two different methods. We took three equal portions of non-contact activated distilled water. Two portions were heated up to 100°C by means of microwave field or water bath, then they were cooled down to 0°C. We observed the control liquid ReDox relaxation without heating the water. The experiments results are presented in figure 2.

Figure 1. Non-contact activated liquids ReDox dynamics after liquid heating: 1- by means of thermoelectric cells, 2- by microwave field, 3- the control sample (not heated).

Figure 2. ReDox-temperature dependence for non-contact activated liquids, after heating: 1- in water bath, 2- by microwave field, 3- the control sample (not heated).

The experiments data illustrate nonthermal effect of microwave fields. We think, that microwave frequencies destroy resonant microclusters in activated environments; it results in induced emission from microclusters. This process is directly responsible for temperature anomalies. Thus, the technology of biologically active liquids production will significantly depend on samples prehistory and on a method of their heating.


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