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Dynamics of macroscopic fluctuations of electrochemically treated water according to the Rayleigh scattering data

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A possibility of deriving quantitative information about the states of aqueous systems and their dynamics based on the analysis of the dynamics of fluctuations in Rayleigh light scattering of natural water, as well as catholyte and anolyte, formed as a result of its electrochemical treatment, is demonstrated. Data on the parameters of Rayleigh scattering variations in water catholyte and anolyte immediately after electrolysis and after time intervals of 24 and 48 h are obtained. Calculations are performed in terms of flicker-noise spectroscopy. Quantitative characteristics are presented, which show significant differences in the dynamics of development of macroscopic fluctuations in catholyte and anolyte of the water under study.

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Belovolova, L.V., Glushkov, M.V. & Timashev, S.F. Dynamics of macroscopic fluctuations of electrochemically treated water according to the Rayleigh scattering data. Phys. Wave Phen. 23, 105–113 (2015).

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