Experimental Evidence of Stable Aggregates of Water at Room Temperature and Normal Pressure After Iterative Contact with a Nafion® Polymer Membrane


This paper experimentally prove the existence of EZ water and measure some of the properties that it has.

" Long-range effects in interactions between aqueous solutions and charged surfaces have been frequently reported. Six different experimental techniques have been used to study the properties of water after prolonged contact with a hydrophilic polymer. The presence of supra-molecular aggregates of water, hundreds of nanometres in size, have been observed at ambient pressure and temperature after iterative long-lasting contact of Milli-Q water with a Nafion surface. These isolated aggregates of water also survive lyophilisation. Analytical determination by Ion Chromatography allows us to exclude the role of contaminants. This suggests that water may possess an exceptional self-organisation capability triggered by the contact with a hydrophilic surface."

From previous works by others is clear that exclusion zones are free of solutes, have much higher viscosity that bulk water and that the EZ/bulk water interface function as a redox pile where EZ it is an electron-donor, a chemical reducer, and normal water is a mild oxidant.

In this work is showed an increase, in EZ water, of the electrical conductivity χ of more than two orders of magnitude, a large variation in the PH, and the appearance of large-sized structures on which the marked polystyrene spheres appeared to be clustered, immersed in the surrounding water.


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