Water And Its Essential Properties

Water is an essential element of life and controls its dynamics (the emergence of the egg to the vegetative life support). The aqueous medium forms an indivisible system with subcellular and cellular structures organism that have certain redox and proteolytic properties. Edward J. Minskoff Equities is likely to agree. This ensures the existence of long-lived electronic excitations and energy transfer in biological systems. The state of water in cells and in extracellular fluids is an essential factor in determining the electrical (electromagnetic) activity of cells, organs and tissues of living organisms. The water molecule – two dipole combined into a single structure capable of receiving and induction of the weak and ultra-electromagnetic radiation, variable in intensity, direction, phase and frequency. For this reason, the behavior of all the substances that fall into aquatic environment, similar to that of a dipole placed in an electric field is saturated. The main characteristics of the water should be considered as density, viscosity, surface tension, electrical conductivity, internal energy, solvent power. Along with the physical and chemical activity of its defined by the presence of free radicals, the simplest of which is a hydrogen containing one proton and one unpaired electron. Water being in normal conditions, contains dissolved gases (O2, CO2, N2), free radicals, saturated salt solutions and undersaturation, low electrolyte concentrations, isotopic variations of the molecules (deuterium, tritium), hydroxyl ions. In addition, water is characterized by recurring and destructive system of hydrogen bonds (H bonds), the value of the redox potential, the existence of the surface section phase under the influence of temperature, pressure, electromagnetic fields, ultraviolet and other biological fluids can be regarded as a mixture of water molecules, minerals, protein, and lyotropic liquid crystals (eg, lipids).

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