Mathematical Model of Melt Water and Mountain Water from Bulgaria obtained by IR, NES and DNES-Methods

Ignat Ignatov, Oleg Mosin, Enrico Bauer


Natural waters derived from various Bulgarian water springs as well as mountain water, melt water and water with varying deuterium content and the human blood serum of cancer patients were investigated by IR, NES and DNES methods to establish the structural mathematical models of water. As estimation factor was measured the values ​​of the average energy of hydrogen bonds (∆EH...O) among H2O molecules, as well as local maxima in IR- and DNES-spectra of various samples of water and human blood serum at ∆EH...O = -0,1387 eV (the DNES-method) and λ = 8,95 μm (the IR-method). The increased content of deuterium in water leads to physiological, morphological and cytology alterations of the cell, and also renders negative influence on cellular metabolism, while deuterium depleted water with the residual 60–100% ppm deuterium content has beneficial effects on health. For a group of people in critical condition of life and patients with malignant tumors the greatest values ​​of local maxima in DNES-spectra are shifted to lower energies relative to the control group. In frames of the research was carried out the computer calculation of elemental polyhedral nanoclusters with a formula (Н2О)n, where n = 3–20. Based on this data some important physical characteristics of water were obtained, e.g. the average energy of hydrogen bonding between Н2О molecules in the process of cluster formation was measured by the DNES method compiles -0.1067 ± 0.0011 eV.

Key words: deuterium, heavy water, deuterium depleted water, mountain water, IR, NES, DNES

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