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WATER AND IT’S STRUCTURE

After several years of studies on water, we have come to create a system capable of harmonizing water again. Today we begin to discover and understand that water is a much more complex substance than it seems.

The Romans knew this element very well and for this reason the channels of their aqueducts had an average gradient of 34 cm per km, they did this to keep the properties of the spring water unaltered. The human circulatory system also almost never has 90 degree angles for this reason.

What we know today is that water molecules are made up of precise angles and can be arranged in basically two ways: one chaotic and the other harmonic.

The chaotic one creates large clusters of molecules. Water behaves like a dipolar molecule with the presence of positive electric charges on the H atoms and negative on the O atoms. This is the basis of the electrostatic interactions between the H atoms of a water molecule and the O atoms of another molecule, giving rise to the formation of the well-known “hydrogen bonds”.

 

These crosslinks of hydrogen bonds determine the formation of clusters. We could therefore say that the water formula is not actually H2O but H2nOn. Its basic structure is a tetrahedron (four water molecules form the H8 O4 structure). These tetrahedrons make up clusters made up of hundreds of water molecules(Icosahedra).

Liquid water contains both individual molecules and small and large clusters. The formation and continuous breaking of hydrogen bonds is at the basis of floating aggregates also called “domains” with a structure similar to that of the crystalline lattice of ice. Depending on how the dipolar molecules are aligned in the outer part of the clusters, they can have a + or – charge, thus determining the acidity or alkalinity of the environment.

The fact that a cluster can penetrate inside the cell membrane or remain in the intercellular space depends on its size: small clusters, made up of 6-8 water molecules, can penetrate cells. Clusters are constantly changing, forming and breaking up. These formations can store other molecules inside them which are slowly released. Clusters remain stable for relatively long msec (milliseconds) considering the ranges in which biochemical processes take place.

Oxygen, on the other hand, is the main acceptor of electrons in oxidative phosphorylation for the production of ATP, it is a nourishment for the cell. With an excess or a deficit of oxygen, important changes occur in the functioning of cells.

The cell of the living organism is composed of: nucleus, cytoplasm, intracellular water and various types of organelles including mitochondria. These constitute the cell’s energy powerhouse: starting from glucose and oxygen they produce ATP + CO2 + H2O. If you have good mitochondria and oxygen availability, you have good energy production and the cell is healthy, otherwise trouble starts:

anaerobic glycolysis is triggered: => lactic acid => acidosis, membrane potential difference decreases -70mv (health) => -50mv (inflammation) -20 mv (degeneration, cancer) 0 mv (cell death).

This explains the importance of ensuring a constant supply of oxygen to the mitochondria.

With our equipment, through a magnetic, electromagnetic, nanotechnological and plasma oxide reduction process we can create a structural change by which some oxygen atoms are freed from their bonds and are “stored” within clusters small enough to pass across the cell membrane, but large enough to hold oxygen atoms inside them.

Due to the electromagnetic process to which the water is subjected, it happens that:

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Large clusters of water are broken up and other smaller and more stable clusters formed of 5-7 water molecules are formed. The fact that a cluster can penetrate inside the cell membrane or remain in the intracellular space depends on its size: small clusters, formed by 5-7 water molecules, can penetrate the cells.

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The oxygen that is released by the effect of the electric fields enters the small clusters and remains available as unbound oxygen.

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Other oxygen and part of the hydrogen form OH radicals which make the water alkaline.

NANOMATERIALS AND NANOPARTICLES

Nanomaterials …

Carbon-based Nanomaterials

Definition – Materials in which the nano-component is pure carbon. Therefore polymers do not fall into this category.

 

Technologies for the production of nanomaterials…

The control of the synthesis process of nanomaterials, that is the ability to obtain nanostructures with specific morphologies, and therefore controlled structural and functional properties, is a fundamental requirement to obtain the most suitable material for a specific application. The approaches used can be chemical and physical.

The chemical approach (also called “bottom up”) is based on the assembly of atom by atom or molecule by molecule, to build the nanomaterial. For this purpose, the ability that some atoms or molecules have to self-assemble is exploited due to their nature and that of the substrate.

The physical approach (also called “top down”) is based, instead, on the creation of very small structures starting from macro-materials, as in the case of silicon “microchips”. In practice, the synthesis of nanomaterials is carried out with technologies that can also combine the chemical approach with the physical one.

Production of nanophasic particles

In some reference documents, such as the RoadmaponNanoManufacturing, nanostructures are called “nanophased particles” implicitly meaning that they are nanostructures having at least one phase at the nanoscale. A nanophase nanostructure consists of matter with chemical and physical homogeneity (such as to constitute a single phase) and having dimensions of the nanometric order.

The most interesting and most investigated types are based on:

  • Metals and alloys
  • Semiconductors (quantum dots)
  • Ceramics (oxides, hydroxides, carbides, nitrides)
  • Polymers etc.

After the production stage of the nanophasic particles, a second stage may be necessary to “functionalize” them to modify / optimize their properties and make them suitable for specific applications. The most common methods for functionalization include coating and chemical modification of the surface.

Functionalization of nanophasic particles

Functionalization is a further step in the production chain and can significantly affect the final costs. The functionalization processes based instead on the chemical modification of the surface are the sintsi in situ (for example the nanoparticles are generated directly within a polymeric matrix following the decomposition of a metal precursor) and grafting, i.e. grafting on the surface, through the formation of a chemical bond, of functional groups.

QED is a quantum theory relating to the electrodynamic force of the interactions inherent in charged particles with an electromagnetic field. It mathematically describes not only all the interactions between light and matter, but also those inherent in charged particles. It is one of the most successful physical theories advanced to date.

The quantum electrodynamics of cavities describes the behavior of atoms and photons contained in a small cavity, an experimental model useful for offering a window on quantum behaviors, very different from those in free space.

Let’s see what happens to the water as it flows through a normal pipe. As the water flows inside the pipes, it detaches the nanoparticles of the material through which it flows, creating toxins, and also undergoes an accumulation of electrostatic charges during this phase. Another factor to keep in mind is that the pipes of a plant have an angle of 90 degrees this creates a thickening of molecules at that point, creating large clusters that prevent the optimal release of oxygen during the absorption phase of the cells.

There are further factors that are lacking, such as solar radiation and the possibility through movement to mix with various gases (oxygen, hydrogen, etc.) and materials present in nature (silicon, carbon, etc.).

COMPOSITION OF SPRING WATER

Spring Water consists of 4 specific stages that work according to a consequential logic of the change in the structure of the water.

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The water flows into the first stage, in this through a process of magnetic induction with alternating polarity. In this way the magnetic fields of the clusters are made to vibrate and this creates the breaking of the clusters thus releasing the water molecules.

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Once the clusters are broken, it is necessary to clean the water from electrostatic charges and balance its electro-magnetism. This process is carried out in the second stage. The water flowing through the tube is properly magnetized by the electromagnetic field created by induction by a second device around it. The passage of it, which has even if a weak and small electric charge, in a tube, induces a current that charges a coil wound on the tube itself, which in turn creates an electromagnetic field inside the tube along its length. The water that is magnetized through the tube has many properties,still many to be discovered.

 Magnetized water… Magnetized water, due to the molecular configuration it assumes, from the experiments carried out seem to demonstrate the tendency to “expel by itself” the dissolved substances. That is, it tends to dissolve some of the substances, INSOLUBLE, and begins to clean and descale the inside of the tube where it passes. You can understand from the fact that you can see with the naked eye, on the bottom of transparent glasses and bottles, residues and grains of the thickened substances expelled from the water. Partial elimination of deposits, odors, flavors of limestone, chlorine and substances present in the water. What we normally call “WATER” is almost always one “Solution of Water + Minerals and Metals”. Therefore, it means that other substances such as limestone, chlorine, arsenic, fluorine etc. are dissolved in the water. 

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Once the electromagnetic field of the water has been balanced, we must therefore neutralize and break down the harmful substances dissolved in it. For this reason we have created stage 3. The efficiency in the use of nanotechnological magnetic fields to remove toxins continues to find constant confirmation … we write below one of the applications on the water ….

Dr Premanjali Rai and Dr Kunwar P. Singh from Environmental Chemistry Division, CSIR – Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, Lucknow have used plastic waste to develop a low – cost magnetically responsive adsorbent material which can be used to remove an antibiotic cephalexin from water.

“This newly developed low-cost magnetic nanomaterial has the adsorption potential for cephalexin from water. The minimum adsorbent dose of 0.4 grams per liter could remove more than half of the initial cefalexin concentration under laboratory conditions. This is. Magnetic separation technique for spent adsorbent decreases secondary pollution problems associated with non-magnetoactive adsorbents,” said Dr. Rai.

In stage 3, therefore, the toxins, chlorine, natural compounds such as limestone are absorbed at the nanotechnological magnetic level, reducing the size of their molecular structures. These also affect the bacterial activity that may be contained in the water, reducing it charge. Below we show you an image taken from an article by the American Chemical Society that shows how these results can be achieved.

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But this is not enough, we still have to treat this residual part, even if it is small … For this reason the fourth stage was created. The bioplasmic field of oxides. In material science, another major benefit of zinc oxide is its strong exciton binding energy which allows to preserve the exciton properties up to Room temperature. The cohesion energy of the exciton is indeed twice greater in ZnO.

It is a particular state of electronic excitation that manifests itself by supplying energy to a semiconductor material (such as silicon or germanium). If we imagine the energy levels of the semiconductor crystal as the floors of a house, at low temperatures the “rooms” on the ground floor are each occupied by an electron and therefore no one could move because the laws of physics forbid an electron to enter a room already busy. But when energy is supplied, some electrons (negatively charged) manage to jump to the “first floor”, where the rooms are empty and can therefore move. On the ground floor there are thus some free rooms (called holes). Even the electrons of the ground floor can then move, giving the impression that the holes are moving to the opposite side, carrying a positive charge with them. Due to the difference in charge, an electrical force of attraction is exerted between the electron jumped upstairs and the hole left on the ground floor. Thus, when the electron moves in the semiconductor, the hole follows it.

The exciton constitutes an energy reserve: when the electron-hole pair recombines (after approximately one billionth of a second), the energy used to form it is returned in the form of light.

This is very important because in the water pipes we have no light but in the nature yes, for this reason the Roman aqueducts they were almost all outdoors. We designed a Spring Water stadium to achieve this effect, the water is able to store information, including light information in one picosecond (one thousandth of a billionth of a second) this means that the light created inside the nanostructures lasts a thousand times longer than it takes for water to store it.

In semiconductors, such as silicon, the bonds between atoms are covalent, which means that the electrons that are responsible for them are closely located between one atom and another and are generally not free to move. The situation changes when the temperature rises, that is, when the atoms acquire thermal agitation. It may then happen that some electrons are “thrown” from their natural location and become available for conduction. The vacancy left by the electron that takes the name of hole does not remain passively immobile: with a positive charge due to the imbalance of the charges, the hole can be occupied by the electron of a nearby bond and propagate as a carrier of positive charge. as shown in the figure below.

As can be seen, the charge carriers have both positive and negative signs, which is not the case in normal conductors. This is not the only case in which charge carriers have both signs. Unlike what is commonly thought, pure water is a very poor electrical conductor: what makes household appliances near tap water dangerous are the salts dissolved in the latter.

When a salt dissolves in solution, it undergoes a process known as electrolytic dissociation which separates it into pairs of ions (i.e., electrically charged particles).

In the case of sodium chloride, the common table salt the reaction is as follows: NaCl Na ++ Cl − The two ions are called electrolytes and act as charge carriers. Pure ⟶water also undergoes an electrolytic dissociation process: H2O ⟶ H ++ OH – In this case, however, the number of molecules that undergo the reaction is so small that it has virtually no effect.

In summary, the processes reproduced in Spring Water are the same as those that occur in nature but which pipelines and pollution prevent from being carried out.

ELECTROSTATIC CHARGE MEASUREMENTS

We did some tests on the reduction of electrostatic charges.

Measurement of the electrostatic charges of the water before flowing through the Spring Water:

Measurement of the electrostatic charges of the water after passing through the Spring Water:

IN VIVO TESTS ON ANIMALS

Live test on two types of animals:

Water usually used in drinking troughs:

Water passed through the Spring Water:

GALLERY

INSTALLATION

How to install it is very simple ….

The flow inlet of the spring water must be connected to the drinking water pipe and the flow outlet to that pipe intended for livestock or irrigation.

WARNINGS

It should be noted that Spring Water is a harmonizer of water molecules and does not transform nondrinking water into drinking water.

It can happen after many years of weather excursions that there may be a loss of a whitish liquid, but it does not have to happen. The liquid is non-toxic, non-irritating, and does not release harmful vapors. It is sufficient to remove it and dispose of it as it is biodegradable. In the event that liquid loss should occur, there would be only a negligible reduction in effectiveness which would not predict operation.

We would like to point out that today all the equipment for over 5 years is still fully functional and without losses.

The place where it is to be installed must have an approximate temperature from + 5 ° to max + 50 ° Celsius.

The warranty period is 2 years.

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