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Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 12:30:34 -0700
From: Jones Beene <jonesb9@pacb>
To: vortex <vortex-l@eski>
Subject: [Vo]: On the magnetiztion of Water


                      Effects Observed with Magnetization of Water

A wealth of material concerning the action of magnetic fields on 
water has been collected  from a number of (mainly) Russian 
Journals. For the time being, it is taken at face value, even 
though other Russian "lone-R&D" is suspect in the USA. Some of 
this information is already on the net, some is not. Much of the 
Russian results can be - and have been validated in simple 
experiments that anyone can perform using inexpensive equipment.

FACT: The physical and chemical properties of water change, and 
can change significantly, during extended magnetic treatment of 
H2O especially in situations where either the magnetic field is 
changed or the liquid flows, crossing the magnetic field lines - 
and especially where oxygen is added. In validation experiments, 
the magnetic field can be provided by large ferrite permanent 
magnets, which can be "boosted" on the active magnet face with 
stronger NIB magnets.

The oxy-magnetic treatment of water creates a number of many 
unexpected effects:

. The surface tension and electrical conductivity of water 
increase

. The solution rate of oxygen increases significantly (order of 
magnitude).

. Hydrogen peroxide and ozone in small concentrations is rapidly 
formed, depending on oxygen concentration. So long as the peroxide 
is separated and removed continually, it will continue to form up 
to a low equilibrium point (fractional percent).

. All catalytic processes involving oxidation or reduction speed 
up. Inexpensive metal colloids are very effective for this, and 
platinum group metals are not necessary.

. The chemical activity of the oxygen dissolved in water 
increases. This derives from the increase in "wetting-power" and 
electrochemical activity of water.

. There can be a natural cooling effect, probably based on the 
extraction of ambient heat during the formation of peroxide. It 
might be possible to use this surprising feature for air 
conditioning, in addition to making peroxide "on-the-fly" in an 
automobile.

. Extremely low voltage current (fractional volt) accelerates all 
of the above.
Over time, even in a small reactor, it is possible to make 
significant amounts of hydrogen peroxide - gallons per hour - with 
little energy expenditure, mostly the 'pumping' or air or oxygen, 
which also can be arranged synergistically to provide the required 
mass transport of water - across field lines.

The energy input required can be approximated to be on the order 
of 300 BTU per pound of peroxide produced - in the optimum 
situation. This can compared to the energy "created" of 1380 
BTU/lb plus the extra oxidizing capability which compared to 
compressing air in an ICE is equal to about 2000 more BTU. When 
used in a 5-1 ratio to combust ethanol, for instance, about half 
the effective net energy comes from the peroxide.

The source of this "almost-free" energy is simply ambient heat. No 
overunity or ZPE claim is made and none is necessary, even if the 
Casimir force may be somehow involved in the mechanics of 
superoxidation at the molecular level.

This is a natural process, and it responsible for a significant 
part of the energy consumed by all animals and most plants. You 
may be breathing air, but in every cell you are actually burning 
the calories - the carbohydrates but NOT burning with oxygen from 
air per se - instead the cell uses peroxides made from oxygen and 
water "on-the-fly" and that natural process is precisely what is 
being proposed here for automobiles (biomimicry).

Jones 


   







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