LIFETIME OF FREEZING - ACTIVATED WATER

Igor WINKLER, Antonia ANDRUSYAK

Abstract

Special properties of the “activated” water have been reported in numerous papers. Water activation can be achieved either through applying electromagnetic field, through consequential freezing-melting of the water or using some other methods. Freezing-melting activation is the simplest yet still effective method of activation. Activated water ensures better growing of some plants and can be helpful in order to prevent negative effects of unsatisfactory environment conditions. On the other hand, mention should be made that the activation effect is limited by some time frames, which depend on many factors. Activated water can lose its special properties during quite short period of time and then it turns into regular water, which does not reveal any special characteristics. This work reports the results of investigation of the activated water lifetime, which has been determined through measurements of the activated water electroconductivity in comparison to conductivity of the regular one. This method assumes that some nano-sized clusters can keep the ice crystal structure in the freshly melted state for some period of time, which should influence electro conductivity of the melted water. The approximated lifetime of the activated water was found equal to about 3,5 hours at the temperature of 180C, 2 hours – at 23 0C and immeasurably short at 28 0C. This result proves that any special properties of the activated water can be expected only within rather very short time after melting. Then the activated water loses its special features and turns into regular one.

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