Experimental Evidence of Stable Aggregates of Water at Room Temperature and Normal Pressure After Iterative Contact with a NafionĀ® Polymer Membrane

This paper experimentally prove the existence of EZ water and measure some of the properties that it has.

From previous works by others it's clear that exclusion zones are free of solutes, that they have much higher viscosity than bulk water and that the EZ/bulk water interface functions as a redox pile where EZ is an electron-donor, a chemical reducer, and the normal water is a mild oxidant.

In this work it's showed an increase, in EZ water, of the electrical conductivity in more than two orders of magnitude, a large variation in the PH, and the appearance of large-sized structures in which the marked polystyrene spheres appeared to be clustered, immersed in the surrounding water.

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