Another Look at the Water Phases that Exist Under Room Conditions

" Under room conditions, water is a microdispersed system with all its inherent properties. There are two phases of water: this is the usual continuous water and water, which is a cyclic polymer Н2О, consisting of flat layers of hexagonal cells superimposed on each other (polywater). Polywater can exist as a near wall layer at hydrophilic surfaces (EZ), and as “micron-sized structures” floating in continual water. The structures are prone to the formation of aggregates (coagulates) tens and hundreds of microns in size. The degree of water dispersion determines its physicochemical properties. The downsizing of aggregates by any disturbance leads to a decrease in viscosity, an increase in electrical conductivity, an increase in pH, and a decrease in ORP. That is, the reason for the change in properties lies at the micrometer level, accessible for observation under an ordinary light microscope, and this reason is a change in the "surface concentration". We consider the continuation of research in this area to be promising." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Яхно, Т. Another Look at the Water Phases that Exist Under Room Conditions. Preprints 2021, 2021050212 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202105.0212.v1). © 2021 by author(s). This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License.

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