Magnetic fields induce exclusion zones in water

" Hydrophilic materials immersed in aqueous solutions show near-surface zones that exclude suspended colloids and dissolved molecules. These exclusion zones (EZs) can extend for tens to hundreds of micrometers from hydrophilic surfaces and show physicochemical properties that differ from bulk water. Here we report that exposure of standard aqueous microsphere suspensions to static magnetic fields creates similar microsphere-free zones adjacent to magnetic poles. The EZs build next to both north and south poles; and they build whether the microspheres are of polystyrene or carboxylate composition. EZ formation is accompanied by ordered motions of microspheres, creating dense zones some distance from the magnetic poles and leaving microsphere-free zones adjacent to the magnet. EZ size was larger next to the north pole than the south pole." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Shalatonin V, Pollack GH (2022) Magnetic fields induce exclusion zones in water. PLoS ONE 17(5): e0268747. © 2022 Shalatonin, Pollack. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License.

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