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Electromagnetism & Water - Exclusion Zones
In living systems an important percentage of water is interfacial, with special coherence properties

Pablo Andueza Munduate

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Endogenous Fields & Mind
EM & Water - Exclusion Zones

Electromagnetism & Water Exclusion Zones

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Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubEffect of Health-Promoting Agents on Exclusion-Zone SizeCommentary icon2018-(8)Abha Sharma, Colby Adams, Benjamin D. Cashdollar, Zheng Li, Nam V. Nguyen, Himasri Sai, Jiachun Shi, Gautham Velchuru, Kevin Z. Zhu, Gerald H. Pollack
Aavailable in HTMLEffect of Spin Polarization on the Exclusion Zone of WaterCommentary icon2018-(1)Xian He, Yi Zhou, Xing Wen, Alexandr A. Shpilman, Quansheng Ren
Aavailable in HTMLExperimental study of physicochemical changes in water by iterative contact with hydrophilic polymers: A comparison between Cellulose and NafionCommentary icon2018-(1)Vittorio Elia, Rosario Oliva, Elena Napoli, Roberto Germano, Gabriella Pinto, Liliana Lista, Marcella Niccoli, Dario Toso, Giuseppe Vitiello, Marco Trifuoggi, Antonella Giarra, Tamar A. Yinnon
Favailable in PDF and HTMLExclusion zone and heterogeneous water structure at ambient temperatureNo comments yet icon2018-(17)Seong G. Hwang, Jun Ki Hong, Abha Sharma, Gerald H. Pollack, GunWoong Bahng
Favailable in PDF and HTMLEffect of Spinning Magnetic Ferrite on the Exclusion ZoneNo comments yet icon2017-(7)Yi Zhou, Xing Wen, Alexandr A. Shpilman, Quansheng Ren
Favailable in PDFLong-range interactions keep bacterial cells from liquid-solid interfaces: Evidence of a bacteria exclusion zone near Nafion surfaces and possible implications for bacterial attachmentNo comments yet icon2017-(9)Yifan Cheng, Carmen I. Moraru
Favailable in PDF, HTML and EpubWhy Hydrogels Don’t Dribble WaterNo comments yet icon2017-(7)Gerald H. Pollack
Aavailable in HTML“Exclusion Zone” Formation in Mixtures of Ethanol and WaterNo comments yet icon2017-(1)S. A. Skopinov, M. V. Bodrova, M. P. R. Jablon, G. H. Pollack, F. A. Blyakhman
Favailable in PDF and HTMLEffects of Radio Frequency Water Treatment on Revival of Wilted FlowersCommentary icon2017-(29)Andrew Holster
Favailable in PDFQELBY-induced Enhancement of Exclusion Zone Buildup and Seed GerminationCommentary icon2017-(25)Abha Sharma, Dario Toso, Kurt Kung, Gun-Woong Bahng, Gerald H. Pollack
Favailable in PDF and HTMLDynamics of formation of the Exclusion Zone near hydrophilic surfacesNo comments yet icon2016-(5)Antonella De Ninno
Favailable in PDF and HTMLWater Ordering Induced by Interfaces: An Experimental and Theoretical StudyCommentary icon2016-(34)T.A. Yinnon, V. Elia, E. Napoli, R. Germano, Z.Q. Liu
Favailable in PDF and HTMLEffect of Local and General Anesthetics on Interfacial WaterNo comments yet icon2016-(9)Nenad Kundacina, Minghui Shi, Gerald H. Pollack
Favailable in PDFIlluminating water and life: Emilio Del GiudiceNo comments yet icon2015-(10)Mae-Wan Ho
Favailable in PDF and HTMLThe Solute-Exclusion Zone: A Promising Application for MirofluidicsNo comments yet icon2015-(11)Chi-Shuo Chen, Erik Farr, Jesse M. Anaya, Eric Y-T Chen, Wei-Chun Chin
Favailable in PDFThe origin and the special role of coherent water in living systemsNo comments yet icon2014-(18)Emilio Del Giudice, Vladimir Voeikov, Alberto Tedeschi, Giuseppe Vitiello
Favailable in PDF and HTMLExclusion-Zone Dynamics Explored with Microfluidics and Optical TweezersNo comments yet icon2014-(16)István N. Huszár, Zsolt Mártonfalvi, András József Laki, Kristóf Iván, Miklós Kellermayer
Favailable in PDF and HTMLSelf-Organization at Aqueous Colloid-Membrane Interfaces and an Optical Method to Measure the Kinetics of Exclusion Zone FormationNo comments yet icon2014-(22)Harry Jabs, Beverly Rubik
Favailable in PDF and HTMLThe Case for Tetrahedral Oxy-subhydride (TOSH) Structures in the Exclusion Zones of Anchored Polar Solvents Including WaterNo comments yet icon2014-(9)Klaus Oehr, Paul H. LeMay
Favailable in PDF and HTMLLong-range repulsion of colloids driven by ion exchange and diffusiophoresisNo comments yet icon2014-(6)Daniel Florea, Sami Musa, Jacques M. R. Huyghe, Hans M. Wyss
Favailable in PDF and HTMLCan the Hexagonal Ice-like Model Render the Spectroscopic Fingerprints of Structured Water? Feedback from Quantum-Chemical ComputationsNo comments yet icon2014-(20)Javier Segarra-Martí , Daniel Roca-Sanjuán and Manuela Merchán
Favailable in PDF and HTMLSelf-oscillating Water Chemiluminescence Modes and Reactive Oxygen Species Generation Induced by Laser Irradiation; Effect of the Exclusion Zone Created by NafionNo comments yet icon2014-(20)Sergey V. Gudkov, Maxim E. Astashev, Vadim I. Bruskov, Valeriy А. Kozlov, Stanislav D. Zakharov, Nikolai F. Bunkin
Favailable in PDF and HTMLStudy of the Phase States of Water Close to Nafion InterfaceCommentary icon2013-(26)N.F. Bunkin, P.S. Ignatiev, V.A.Kozlov, A.V. Shkirin, S.D. Zakharov, A.A. Zinchenko
Favailable in PDFCoherent structures in liquid water close to hydrophilic surfacesCommentary icon2013-(5)Emilio Del Giudice, Alberto Tedeschi, Giuseppe Vitiello, Vladimir Voeikov
Aavailable in HTMLTowards the understanding at the molecular level of the structured-water absorption and fluorescence spectra: a fingerprint of π-stacked waterCommentary icon2013-(1)Javier Segarra-Martí, Pedro B. Coto, Mercedes Rubio, Daniel Roca-Sanjuán, Manuela Merchán
Favailable in PDF and HTMLExperimental Evidence of Stable Aggregates of Water at Room Temperature and Normal Pressure After Iterative Contact with a Nafion® Polymer MembraneCommentary icon2013-(11)V. Elia, G. Ausanio, A. De Ninno, F. Gentile, R. Germano, E. Napoli, M. Niccoli
Favailable in PDFThe Stable Nonequilibrium State of Bicarbonate Aqueous SystemsCommentary icon2012-(9)V. L. Voeikov, N. D. Vilenskaya, Do Minh Ha, S. I. Malyshenko, E. V. Buravleva, O. I. Yablonskaya, K. N. Timofeev
Aavailable in HTMLOrigin of microbial life hypothesis: A gel cytoplasm lacking a bilayer membrane, with infrared radiation producing exclusion zone (EZ) water, hydrogen as an energy source and thermosynthesis for bioenergeticsCommentary icon2012-(1)J.T. Trevors , G.H. Pollack



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