The research conducted at the subdepartment of bioorganic chemistry of the department of biology, MSU.
Research issue: comparison of the energy activity of Dana and Svetla drinking mineral natural waters
In the study, the wave parameters of hyperweak radiation (wave amplitude and light sum for a specified time span) are measured. Radiation wave parameters measured with a high-sensitivity quantometer depend on spontaneous free radical reactions with the participation of reactive oxygen species (ROS). The reaction intensity, in its turn, depends on the salt composition of water, its pH, as well as the structural and dynamic characteristics of water systems. Because ROS processes generate energy and their intensity defines the nonequilibrium level of water systems, we can assume that the intensity of induced radiation defines the energy activity (hereinafter – “activity”) of water.Download research