Calcium ion cyclotron resonance in dissipative water structuresm

It is an experimental approximation, applying Ca2+ion cyclotron resonance frequencies, following previous works by Preparata, Del Giudice and others that showed that spontaneously originating coherent regions in water facilitate ICR effects at incoherent water phase boundaries. The present results show an oscillator of calcium ions that appears to be able to itself couple coherently and predictably to large-scale coherent regions in water, regulating ion fluxes as a response to very weak environmental electromagnetic fields.

Last modified on 18-Feb-18

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