The Effect of a Spiral Gradient Magnetic Field on the Ionic Conductivity of Water
AbstractWe discuss the experimental verification of changes in the structure of a liquid water sample inserted in a special spiral “gradient” magnetic field. The magnetic flux components are characterized by a high degree of inhomogeneity; thus, a gradient is found in the monitored section of space. The relevant measurement of the modified, rearranged water sample pointed to a specific ion conductivity lower than that of the untreated water. The results of the experiment, where a sample of demineralized water was exposed to a spiral “gradient“ magnetic field for the period of 5 min, show decreased ion conductivity in the examined samples. View Full-Text
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Bartušek, K.; Marcoň, P.; Fiala, P.; Máca, J.; Dohnal, P. The Effect of a Spiral Gradient Magnetic Field on the Ionic Conductivity of Water. Water 2017, 9, 664.
Bartušek K, Marcoň P, Fiala P, Máca J, Dohnal P. The Effect of a Spiral Gradient Magnetic Field on the Ionic Conductivity of Water. Water. 2017; 9(9):664.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bartušek, Karel; Marcoň, Petr; Fiala, Pavel; Máca, Josef; Dohnal, Přemysl. 2017. "The Effect of a Spiral Gradient Magnetic Field on the Ionic Conductivity of Water." Water 9, no. 9: 664.
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