It is shown that radiant energy profoundly expands EZ water (that has a more ordered phase than bulk water and a local charge separation between the EZ and the regions beyond) in a reversible, wavelength-dependent manner (it can be where the energy to build these charged, low-entropy zones might come from).
There is a peak in the EZ water expansion, when radiation is infrared, with the wavelength of 3100 nm, and from the UV spectra used the major impact is in the 600-700 nm band. So the growth of this more ordered, negatively charged zone is dependent on the incident electromagnetic energy.
A secondary result is that growth of this negatively charged zone is associated with the build up of a zone of high proton concentration beyond.
There is a section  on EZ water and its effects on this web.
Last modified on 20-Mar-16