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The 2007 Revolution in the Structure of Water and its Implications for the Future of Health Research Rustum Roy Arizona State University Pennsylvania State University

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Whole Person Approaches It is more important to know the person who has the disease than the disease the person has. Hippocrates Hence……….. It is more important to know the person who is speaking than what the person speaks.

"Concern for man himself and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavors, concern for the great unsolved problems of the organization of labor and the distribution of goods--in order that the creations of our mind shall be a blessing and not a curse to mankind. Never forget this in the midst of your diagrams and equations." Albert Einstein : 

"Concern for man himself and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavors, concern for the great unsolved problems of the organization of labor and the distribution of goods--in order that the creations of our mind shall be a blessing and not a curse to mankind. Never forget this in the midst of your diagrams and equations." Albert Einstein Motto for Science (Emblazoned at the entrance to Penn State’s Materials Research Lab)

Water as the Principal New Vector in Human Healing : 

Water as the Principal New Vector in Human Healing Rustum Roy Pennsylvania State University Arizona State University University of Arizona

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THE PAST OF WORLD AND U.S. HEALTHCARE

THE FUTURE OF WORLD AND U.S. HEALTHCARE : 

THE FUTURE OF WORLD AND U.S. HEALTHCARE

Water as Key Health Vector : 

Water as Key Health Vector Pre - 2007 1. Waterborne Diseases Only Pasteur onwards 2. Washing hands Only Nightingale onwards Active 3. Traditional claims for SPAs worldwide 4. Special sites such as Lourdes, Ganges, etc. 5. Metal-water connections (esp. silver, copper) Majority, not all, of scientists skeptical of these

Structured Water as Health Vector : 

Structured Water as Health Vector Post 2007 Physics/ Mat. Sci , not Chemistry as key Ultradilute Aquasols ≤ 1 ppm. have amazing biological properties Water (with NO change of chemistry) can be change by Electric and Magnetic fields and pressure and temperature and retain such structure metastably. Hence, STRUCTURED WATER for HEALING is the greatest opportunity for the world.

The New Era for Aquasols : 

The New Era for Aquasols Good Petri dish studies and very solid observational studies and recent clinicals show: EFFECTIVENESS against (in descending order of degree of confirmation) Upper Respiratory infections Urinary Tract infections Bruise/Wound infections Malaria H5N1, HIV MRSA, VRSA World wide use Emerging Clinical Data

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Bactericidal Effects of (Pure) Silver Aquasols The term “silver colloids” is broader: many may contain other materials including silver ions. Have been well studied for years Use of silver for water and food containers recorded for millenia; from India, Persia, Asia to Europe (“silver spoons”), U.S. Wild West (coins in drinking water barrels.) Dozens of recent papers showing that They are equivalent in kill rates to all antibiotics They can extend antibiotics’ life because of no mutations. THE WORLD OF BIOCHEMISTRY HAS ABSOLUTELY NO WAY TO EXPLAIN THESE DATA.

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II. Water Imprinted by Electric Fields, Magnetic Fields, Spin or Vortex Fields, etc.,… ….are way behind in being well-studied. Our own hi-tech scientific data prove only that water’s structure can be changed by some,such vectors. The U.S. market provides some data suggesting that the public is buying in via the “word of mouth” journal.

Prof. B. M. Hegde : 

Prof. B. M. Hegde MD, FRCP(London), FRCP(Edinburgh), FRCP(Glasgow), FRCPI(Dublin), FACC (USA), FAMS. Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of the Science of Healing Outcomes. Professor of Cardiology, London University (Visiting) at The Middx. Hospital, London. Professor of Human Health, Northern Colorado University, Greeley. Former Vice Chancellor, Manipal University. Chair, Bihar State health Society, Patna, India. hegdebm@gmail.com

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Professor Hegde has examined in: Petri dish Pilot clinicals Silver Aquasols for: Malaria (done all over the world now) HIV Aids (Others have shown effects in Leprosy

Composition of colloidal Silver solution used in Our Research : 

Composition of colloidal Silver solution used in Our Research Solution is colorless compromising of silver nano particles and water. The particles are composed of interior metallic silver and outer silver oxide coat. The concentration of silver is 22-24 ppm.

Silver Nanoparticles Dimensions : 

Silver Nanoparticles Dimensions The maximum diameter less than 0.015 Micrometers. The minimum diameter greater than 0.005 Micrometers. Resistant to oxidation by peroxide radicals.

Stability of the solution : 

Stability of the solution The solution is stable to following 1) Light 2) Temperature 3) Without any additives 4) Resistant to Oxidation

Harmful effects of silver : 

Harmful effects of silver A recent paper by Das et.al provides the remarkable data that 275 000 kg of metallic silver foil are consumed every year in India. (Ref: Das et al. Food additives and contaminants 2005, 22, 1219.). Hence it is obvious that silver does not cause any adverse effects.

Harmful effects of silver ( Continued) : 

Harmful effects of silver ( Continued) In addition clinically it is also known that silver does not cause any serious side effects. However, “argyria,” a condition known to cause occasional slight darkening of the skin, is reported. It is not a serious side effect. So far in medical literature there was no fatal cases reported of silver poisoning.

Silver Toxicity Studies in Rats. : 

Silver Toxicity Studies in Rats. The sliver solution provided by ABL showed that it was very safe even in very high doses in rats. Both acute toxicity studies and long term studies did show no evidence of any signs of toxicity. All the organs were normal on final postmortem studies. Blood parameters also were normal. {Dept. of Pharmacology, Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore, India, a part of Manipal University.}

In Vitro study of silver in Falciparum Malaria. : 

In Vitro study of silver in Falciparum Malaria. “Our studies have shown that silver effectively kills falciparum in human blood culture. In addition, it is very effective in chloroquine resistant Malaria.” “Urgent human studies are needed.” Prof. V. S. Chauhan Director International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) Aruna Asaf Ali Marg New Delhi – 110 067 INDIA Tel: 91-11-26102317 (Direct); 26189358/60/61 (EPBX) Fax: 91-11-26162316 Email: virander@icgeb.res.in Website: www.icgeb.org

Response of HIV patients to Nanosilver therapy : 

Response of HIV patients to Nanosilver therapy

Mechanism of action in HIV : 

Mechanism of action in HIV Currently we are not aware of its exact mechanism of action This is a pilot study, we require to eliminate other possibilities. Honestly, we are really surprised with our results. However we wish to rule out other possibilities after mounting large studies.

Is it beneficial in comparison to existing Anti retroviral drugs ? : 

Is it beneficial in comparison to existing Anti retroviral drugs ? Yes, from adverse effect point of view The Anti retro viral drugs currently used are very toxic drugs, they are known to produce serious side effects like Bone marrow depression etc. Unless we establish the therapeutic efficacy of Nanosilver it is difficult to arrive at this answer.

The 2007 Revolution in the Scientific View of the (many) Structures of Water. And its impact on health vectors : 

The 2007 Revolution in the Scientific View of the (many) Structures of Water. And its impact on health vectors Rustum Roy Penn State University, Arizona State University, University of Arizona

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The current understanding of the vast ( 99%) majority of the medical and scientific worlds, of the structure of water is summed up in the major theme used by Prof. Steven Novella of Yale in a worldwide broadcast debate from the University of Connecticut in Oct. 2007. It’s “just water…” which embrace the following ideas: It consists of H2O H2O molecules are held together by two hydrogen bonds in a polar molecule with a bond angle of 104° It is inconceivable that liquid water can exist (especially near room temperature (and pressure) conditions in more than one “structure.’

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What is the Reality in 2008? The World’s Leading Water Experts Known to All. Water exists at low temperature in a dozen very different solid structures (known for decades). Water has at least one high pressure liquid form at very modest p-t conditions. Water has at least 64 different structures in the same P-T region. Water exists in several dozen different clusters or oligomers of (H2O) molecules (when n=2 to 250). All these without ANY chemical additions.

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Martin Chaplin’s latest papers emphasize how different “clusters” can be stabilized and retained metastably as a “memory” in water Chaplin, M. “How is water structured?” Second Annual Conference on The Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water 2007, Vermont, Session TH-I , Water: Global Considerations. Chaplin, M., (2007) “The memory of water; an overview,” Homeopathy 96 (2007) 143-150 29 Leading Chemist’s View

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The properties of liquid water show so many anomalies that according to the “1st Law” (of Materials Science) WATER OBVIOUSLY MUST HAVE MANY, MANY STABLE STRUCTURES IN THE 0-100⁰ C range. I chose 3 dramatic ones from the fine review in Physics Today by E. Stanley et al. in our key water structure paper. P. G. Debenedetti and H. E. Stanley, "Supercooled and Glassy Water," Physics Today 56 [issue 6], 40-46 (2003). STANLEY’S MOST RECENT REVIEW MIXES IN THE METASTABLE GLASSY ONES ALSO TO GIVE “64” PHASES. H. E. Stanley, P. Kumar, L. Xu, Z. Yan, M. G. Mazza, S. V. Buldyrev, S.-H. Chen, and F. Mallamace, "The Puzzling Unsolved Mysteries of Liquid Water: Some Recent Progress" [Proc. PASI, Mar del Plata], Physica A 386, 729-743 (2007). 30 Leading Physics Expert’s View

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Leading Materials Scientist’s View Rustum Roy, “Materials science approach to the structure of liquid water and some extraordinary interactions with EM radiation and charged particles in metallic sols,” Vermont Photonics Conference, Mt. Snow, Oct. 17-20, 2007 “The Structure of Liquid Water; Novel Insights from Materials Research; Potential Relevance to Homeopathy,” Materials Research Innovations, Volume 9, Issue 4, December 2005, pg. 577-608Rustum Roy, William A. Tiller, Iris Bell, and M. Richard Hoover “Ultradilute Ag-Aquasols with extraordinary bactericidal properties: the role of the system Ag-O-H2O,” Materials Research Innovations, Volume 11, Number 1, March 2007, pg. 3-18 Rustum Roy, M. Richard Hoover, A.S. Bhalla, Tania Slawecki, Sandwip Dey, Wei Cao, Jing Li, S. Bhaskar Rustum Roy, “Water and Health,” Science of Whole Person Healing III, Tai Sophia Institute, Sept. 2007 M.L. Rao, R. Roy, I.R. Bell and R. Hoover, “The defining role of structure (including epitaxy) in the plausibility of homeopathy,” Homeopathy, 2007, 96, 175-182.

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If Water can be changed by Microwave photons (Thousandth of an ev.) and “burned” by Radiowave photons (Millionth of an ev.), Can Spin Fields or “Torsion Fields” or “Subtle Energies” do the same? Operator Interactions W. Tiller provided the first good data on changing the pH of water by “coherent” meditators. Emoto Data; Russian data, etc. These can no longer be dismissed without repetition. How about “Intentions,” “Prayers,” etc. 32 But that (Probably) Will Not be Enough for all of the new physics and human interactions! As defined by experts on ‘intention’ like Lynne McTaggert, not by amateurs like Prof. H. Benson of Harvard.

Thus, the world’s leaders in water science : 

Thus, the world’s leaders in water science Chemistry (M. Chaplin) Physics (E. Stanley) Mat. Sci. (R. Roy) agree on: Multiphase nature of liquid water Presence of multiple phases in water under different conditions And their possible metastable retention

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The claim by John Kanzius in Erie, Pa., that he could, literally, “burn water” which was the trigger for vitriolic scorn (and worse) by the world’s scientific establishment, including “Nature” magazine. That proved to be the dagger to the heart of the traditional view of the “water is just water” folks was delivered by the confirmation of this remarkable observation But it was an unexpected serendipitous discovery:

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The first paper will appear in Mat. Res. Innovations. Embargo date March 7, 2008. By Rustum Roy, M.L. Rao and John Kanzius In their work, done at Penn State, confirming and extending vastly the scope of the discovery. Fig. 1.  Mixtures of various concentrations of NaCl and water combusting (when ignited) in the presence of a 13.56 MHz RF radiation (a) 0.3% NaCl (b) 3% NaCl (c) 30% NaCl; (a-c) were carried out in Pyrex test tube

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What is Certain About the Healing Abilities of Pure Water? (<ppm impurities) Ag-metal sols are better antibiotics than most pharmaceutical ones. Bacteria do not learn to transmit. It can extend efficacy life of coherent crop of antibiotics Worldwide tests confirm remarkably simple, cheap, easy to administer for malaria, radiation burns; etc, etc. Works well on MRSA and Vancomylia resistant strains. Many radiation-imprinted waters show similar unexpected effects. (Research is non plausible). It has utterly destroyed the establishment’s argument against homeopathy- that without chemical additions- “it’s just water.”

What is the Opportunity? : 

What is the Opportunity? Based on Roy et al.’s extensive work on utterly new experimental work over 10 years show that “soft radiation” like microwaves (1000 times weaker than a candle) can destroy the structure of all the most important solids of high tech IT industry, and on the RF- burning of water (with a million times weaker photons). Establishment “science” repeating it’s disbelief of Rontgen, that is x-rays could see through matter. That is the best analogy to Kanzius’ discovey.

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The real opportunity now is the fine tuning, by mixing all the known vectors of the gentlest, safest, most abundant host material in human life, water, to contribute radically new, less harmful healing agents to humankind.

A Condensed Matter (Mat. Sci.) Perspective:The Structure of Water* : 

40 A Condensed Matter (Mat. Sci.) Perspective:The Structure of Water* and the influence of classical (P & T) and neglected vectors: E & H on phase relations Rustum Roy Penn State/Arizona State *The Earth’s most abundant and by far the most important, ceramic phase, and the most understudied phase in condensed matter science.

The Current Confusion : 

41 The Current Confusion Is between: Molecular Structure – (This describes the units (bricks, cement blocks, etc. present: atoms, ions or molecules) 2) “Crystal” or Condensed Phase Structure This describes the architecture of the building, i.e. the spatial relations among the units Key References 1) Martin Chaplin (LBSU) Vermont Photonics Oct. 17-19, 2007, and J. Homeopathy, July ’07 2) Rustum Roy: PSU-ASU Vermont Photonics Oct. 17-19, 2007, and Materials Research Innovations, Volume 9, Issue 4, pp. 577-608 (December 2005)

My Research in “Water” Spans 60 yrs : 

42 My Research in “Water” Spans 60 yrs 1947: Hydrothermal Processing, & Aquasols led to: “Aids in Hydrothermal Experimentation: II. Methods of Making Mixtures for Both "Dry" and "Wet" Phase Equilibrium Studies” J. Am. Cer. Soc. 49, 145 (1956) 1956: The Sol-Gel process 1st Citation Classic in Ceramics: Four Separate innovations led to this “Sol-Gel process”. It is to-day, arguably, the most cited formally and informally in all of Materials Science. See (M. Cardona) papers. 2007 – Structure of Water Many papers based on first major review; The Structure of Liquid Water; Novel Insights from Materials Research; Potential Relevance to Homeopathy Materials Research Innovations, Volume 9, Issue 4, December 2005, pg. 577-608

Enormous amt. of work on Structure of Glasses ≈ Frozen Liquids : 

43 Enormous amt. of work on Structure of Glasses ≈ Frozen Liquids Classical picture by Zachariasen is oversimplified and fundamentally in error in assuming the “homogeneity” of structure at the nanometer level Diffraction methods fundamentally inadequate for aperiodic structures. We had to wait till a mixture of spectroscopic techniques, but most especially TEM and HRTEM arrived to show up the error and establish the general idea of: HETEROGENEITY of STRUCTURE of MOST LIQUIDS. Since most materials (except alkali halides, simple cubic metals, etc.) are ANISODESMIC. HETEROGENEITY based on ANISODESMICITY Watch out for mixture of bonds

Heterogeneity in Glasses (Liquids) : 

44 Heterogeneity in Glasses (Liquids) Glassy carbon shown for 30 years by TEM as unambiguous mixture of sp3, sp2 units Jerry Karle (Physics Nobelist) even specifies “tridymite” clusters as part of pure SiO2 – glass! Complex oxide glasses shown by Niihira to be mixture of nanoheterogenous (in composition and size) units.

Hints from Thermodynamics, “Non-Ideality” = Tendency to Unmixing : 

45 Hints from Thermodynamics, “Non-Ideality” = Tendency to Unmixing

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46 On nucleation in GLASS CERAMICS 1950-1980’s firmly established “INHOMOGENEITY” and continuous change of structure Moreover, in a series of papers we showed that glasses (“frozen liquids) can easily be made into denser (by 10 -100%) phases by applying pressure. And they survive metastably for years. Roy, R. and H. M. Cohen, "Effects of High Pressure on Glass: A Possible Piezometer for the 100-Kilobar Region," Nature 190:798-799 (1961). Cohen, H.M. and R. Roy "Effects of Ultrahigh Pressures on Glass," J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 44:523-524 (1961). Learning from Glass (frozen liquid) Literature

Roy Outlines general Liquids’ Nanoheterogeneity model In 1971 : 

47 Roy Outlines general Liquids’ Nanoheterogeneity model In 1971

TEM Absolutely Proves Heterogeneity of Structure of Many, Many Glasses : 

48 TEM Absolutely Proves Heterogeneity of Structure of Many, Many Glasses Porai Koshits (1984)

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49 POLYMORPHISM IN LIQUIDS IS COMMON (With 2nd (or 3rd) order transitions between them) Published in several papers in Science, Nature, Am. Cer. Soc., etc. in the 1970’s by Vezzoli, Dachille, Roy. NOT ONE PAPER has ever challenged this. Next Bombshell to Conventional Thermodynamics and Phase Rule

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50 Many stable liquid phases in 1970s: Roy, Vezzoli, Dachille et al. demonstrated S, Te, Bi, etc. Liquid sulfur has at least 5 structures

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51 Kawamoto (2004) shows exactly the same phenomenon in water. Of course, many others must exist. Here is the first proof in water itself

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All matter –including water– can be affected by at least the following thermodynamic Intensive Variables 4B Temperature Pressure Now we must add Electric fields Magnetic fields Updating Thermodynamics

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But for the “Homeophobic” Community… …there is no way in which water can be changed without some chemical change. 5B

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The Correct Scientific Question is: Can the various structures of water which may (indeed do) exist, be retained metastably to be observed near room temperature and pressure ambients? The overwhelming evidence today says an emphatic yes, based on reams of data. 6B

What does this prove beyond any dispute? : 

55 What does this prove beyond any dispute? Condensed water exists in tens of different structures under thermodynamically stable conditions. Many more probably, in metastable states.

How does this relate to Chaplin’s masterful compendium of molecules & oligomers? : 

56 How does this relate to Chaplin’s masterful compendium of molecules & oligomers? They are the molecular building bricks/blocks-- “Structure” of a condensed phase is the architecture of the house There is no conflict.

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57 Typical molecular aggregates or building blocks of water. Here is the molecular level view

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58 Obviously in the condensed phase one must describe the concentration and location of all such units. More building blocks

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59 Roy et al. cartoon (2005) structure of liquid water incorporating Chaplin figures.

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60 Martin Chaplin’s latest papers emphasize how different “clusters” can be stabilized and retained metastably as a “memory” in water Chaplin, M. “How is water structured?” Second Annual Conference on The Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water 2007, Vermont, Session TH-I , Water: Global Considerations. Chaplin, M., (2007) “The memory of water; an overview,” Homeopathy 96 (2007) 143-150 Leading Chemist’s View

Key conclusions so far : 

61 Key conclusions so far Liquid water is a condensed phase According to the absolute thermodynamic considerations above, it is required that it may assume many different structures Empirically, the data now prove that it does In addition there are TWO other ways of causing (even) other new, metastable structures 1. Epitaxy 2. Nano bubbles

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62 Schematic illustrating widely used phenomenon of liquid phase epitaxy.

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63 Irregular nanobubbles shown modified from JWG Tyrrell and P. Attard, Phys. Rev. Lett. 87, 176104 (2001) Nanobubbles are real

“UNBELIEVABLE CHANGES”in condensed matter caused by EM radiation : 

64 “UNBELIEVABLE CHANGES”in condensed matter caused by EM radiation From 1999 on, Prof. Roy and his colleagues showed that very weak microwave electric and magnetic fields could completely destroy the ordered structures of the most important solids in all electronics: silicon; ferrites (used in all memories) BaTiO3,TiO2 (key insulators) In a few seconds at very modest powers. Go to: www.mri.psu.edu/centers/mpec/

Thermodynamics of Systems : 

65 Thermodynamics of Systems In traditional Phase Rule Texts (e.g. Ricci) only the effect of TWO Intensive Variables, P & T, on G, are even considered. But E & H are obviously candidates. Can E & H fields change G enough to cause phase transformations? Assumed to be de minimis except for ferroics

Absorption of Energy from Microwave Field is Non-uniform : 

66 Absorption of Energy from Microwave Field is Non-uniform In all microwave papers and ALL textbooks we find the expression for the power absorbed shown in the truncated form: P = 2π{єω є 1τ tan δ│E│2} Assuming that heating is only caused by dielectric losses

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67 But the complete equation must include the magnetic field and is: P = 2π{єω є1τ tan δ│E│2 + μ0μ1 tan Φ │H│2 }

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68 But now our experimental data demand: wholesale corrections of textbooks & papers because: E & H field effects are dramatically different AC fields are radically different from DC

MICROWAVE PROCESSING AND ENGINEERING CENTER : 

69 MICROWAVE PROCESSING AND ENGINEERING CENTER MRI MICROWAVE MATERIALS PROCESSING IN SEPARATED ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS AT 2.45 GHz

MICROWAVE PROCESSING AND ENGINEERING CENTER : 

70 MICROWAVE PROCESSING AND ENGINEERING CENTER MRI Effects of E and H separation by EMS Completely different phases formed Transforms crystalline into amorphous solids in seconds—into “nano glasses” without melting “Fantastic” Coupling to electron spins

MICROWAVE PROCESSING AND ENGINEERING CENTER : 

71 MICROWAVE PROCESSING AND ENGINEERING CENTER MRI Results with BaCO3 + 4Fe3O4 in E-field Synthesis of Barium Ferrite, BaFe12O19

MICROWAVE PROCESSING AND ENGINEERING CENTER : 

72 MICROWAVE PROCESSING AND ENGINEERING CENTER MRI Results with BaCO3 + 4Fe3O4 in H-field Synthesis of Barium Ferrite, BaFe12O19

MICROWAVE PROCESSING AND ENGINEERING CENTER : 

73 MICROWAVE PROCESSING AND ENGINEERING CENTER MRI Works on non-magnetic oxides also (must have unpaired spins) Rutile TiO2-x

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74 If crystalline solids (even with 4+ ions) can be so dramatically changed, obviously so can water. To which we turn…

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75 Nucleation of NaCl Crystals Comparison of two chambers sharing the common saturated NaCl solution at room temperature. Resonant state - Illuminated by Na-light, numerous nucleation sites. Entropy State - Without Na-light illumination, few observable nuclei. Chamber Separation Sodium Chloride

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Transition to structure of solutions Change of thermodynamics in NaCl solutions A. S. Bhalla, R. Guo, J. Brooks, M. Mortenson, “Resonant Spectral growth of NaCl crystals from aqueous solution” Presented at MRS conference at Boston Nov 2007. Symposium V: Materials Science of Water purification, Paper No 2.10 Nov 27 2007. Shows that Na D-line radiation changes equilibria

Radiation effects on Structure of Water * Single Mode 2.45 GHz Microwaves * Polarized 13.56 MHz Radiofrequency : 

77 Radiation effects on Structure of Water * Single Mode 2.45 GHz Microwaves * Polarized 13.56 MHz Radiofrequency

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78 Single Mode 2.45 GHz Microwave Radiation effects- Sedlmayr Process

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79 Polarized 13.56 MHz Radiofrequency radiation on the Structure of water- Kanzius Process

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80 One more way to structure water Introduce billions of insoluble highly charged nanoparticles: Make Colloids or Sols

Ultradiluted 1x10-6 mol% Ag Sols Colloidsas the Bridge : 

81 Ultradiluted 1x10-6 mol% Ag Sols Colloidsas the Bridge Detailed studies of the in vitro bioactivity; Our analysis of COMPOSITION / STRUCTURE ICP SEM TEM Raman ATR

Clusters are ≈ 30 nm in vacuum.These are “agglomentes” of ≈ 6 nm particles : 

82 Clusters are ≈ 30 nm in vacuum.These are “agglomentes” of ≈ 6 nm particles

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83 TEM of particles Most appear to be single crystal metallic Ag

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84 UV – VIS spectra and Raman Spectra of Colloidal Ag samples UV – VIS spectra Raman spectra

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85 These Ag sols are the most extraordinary ANTIBIOTICS (at 1 ppm concentration)

Summary : 

86 Summary The facts are voluminous, indisputable, and compelling. T,P, RADIATION and charges CAN & DO DRASTICALLY CHANGE SOLIDS AND LIQUID STRUCTURES. Their properties are more spectacular.

Question. What does this demand of us in our views of the “Structure of Water”?Answer. A switch to the Materials Science perspective : 

87 Question. What does this demand of us in our views of the “Structure of Water”?Answer. A switch to the Materials Science perspective

Two Recent Review Papers Summarize our Views : 

88 Two Recent Review Papers Summarize our Views 1. “The Structure of Liquid Water; Novel Insights from Materials Research; Potential Relevance to Homeopathy,” Materials Research Innovations, Volume 9, Issue 4, December 2005, pg. 577-608Rustum Roy, William A. Tiller, Iris Bell, and M. Richard Hoover 2. “Ultradilute Ag-Aquasols with extraordinary bactericidal properties: the role of the system Ag-O-H2O,” Materials Research Innovations, Volume 11, Number 1, March 2007, pg. 3-18 Rustum Roy, M. Richard Hoover, A.S. Bhalla, Tania Slawecki, Sandwip Dey, Wei Cao, Jing Li, S. Bhaskar

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89 More Recent Papers 1. “Single Mode 2.45 GHz Microwave, and Polarized 13.56 MHz RF Radiation effects on the structure and stability of liquid water” MRS proceeding (2007)- submitted. Manju Lata Rao, Steven R Sedlmayr, Rustum Roy, John Kanzius “Observations of Polarized RF Radiation Catalysis of the Dissociation of H2O-NaCl Solutions” Science – Submitted in Oct 2007. Rustum Roy, Manju L. Rao, John Kanzius 3. “The defining role of structure (including epitaxy) in the plausibility of homeopathy” Homeopathy (2007), 96, 175-182. Manju Lata Rao, Rustum Roy, Iris Bell and Richard Hoover 4. “Characterization of the structure of ultra dilute sols with remarkable biological properties” Materials Letters - 2007 (in print)Manju Lata Rao, Rustum Roy and Iris Bell

What is the Message for Human Healing, Practice and Research? : 

What is the Message for Human Healing, Practice and Research? Water as the ubiquitous necessity for: Life, DNA, Proteins, etc. Offers BY FAR the most harmless carrier for various healing vectors which can change its structure: P, T; charged particles or surfaces Electric and magnetic fields Due to the black hole in physics “resonance”- a “singularity”- has been ignored. Hence microwaves, RF have become more important and visible and UV photons.

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