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Nanostructure Complexes in Water from the Position of SPE-Effect and from the Theory of Water, Created by J. Preparata

  • Ludmila Stepanovna Martseniuk
  • Aleksandr Stepanovich Martseniuk
Conference paper
Part of the Springer Proceedings in Physics book series (SPPHY, volume 222)

Abstract

Extensive analysis of the properties of usual water from a position of the theory of water created on the basis of the quantum theory of fields by J. Preparata is carried out. This first-of-its-kind analysis made on the basis of the experimental results obtained from research on the SPE-effect fully confirms the statements of the theory of J. Preparata.

A new interpretation of the nature of occurrence of resonant peaks in spectra of the EHF-resonance interaction with water is made: as a display of resonant transitions between the excited states in coherent domains (CD). It is shown that it is necessary to consider the «ice-like» formations, which exist in the opinion of the authors of the SPE-effect, found in the resonant spectra of EHF-resonance interaction, as a sign of the presence of CDs in water (which occur under normal conditions of nanostructures heterogeneities).

A new explanation is given for the paradox of an unusual temperature interval existing for water in the liquid state.

Keywords

Nanostructures Nano-heterogeneity Water clusters Coherent domains SPE-effect EHF-interaction EHF-radiation Near-surface water Water phases Water properties Hydrogen bonding Ice Water Water bridge Exchange interaction Entangled states Quantum electrodynamics Superfluid liquid helium Phase transition Spouting of superfluid helium Quantum theory Electromagnetic potential Coherent system The phase Molecular dynamics mm-waves 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ludmila Stepanovna Martseniuk
    • 1
  • Aleksandr Stepanovich Martseniuk
    • 2
  1. 1.Institute of Nuclear Researches NAS UkraineKievUkraine
  2. 2.National University of Food TechnologyKievUkraine

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