Nanostructure Complexes in Water from the Position of SPE-Effect and from the Theory of Water, Created by J. Preparata

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Extensive analysis of the properties of usual water from a position of the theory of water created on the basis of the quantum theory of fields by J. Preparata is carried out. This first-of-its-kind analysis made on the basis of the experimental results obtained from research on the SPE-effect fully confirms the statements of the theory of J. Preparata. A new interpretation of the nature of occurrence of resonant peaks in spectra of the EHF-resonance interaction with water is made: as a display of resonant transitions between the excited states in coherent domains (CD). It is shown that it is necessary to consider the «ice-like» formations, which exist in the opinion of the authors of the SPE-effect, found in the resonant spectra of EHF-resonance interaction, as a sign of the presence of CDs in water (which occur under normal conditions of nanostructures heterogeneities). A new explanation is given for the paradox of an unusual temperature interval existing for water in the liquid state.

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Martseniuk, L. S., & Martseniuk, A. S. (2019). Nanostructure Complexes in Water from the Position of SPE-Effect and from the Theory of Water, Created by J. Preparata. In Springer Proceedings in Physics (Vol. 222, pp. 359–374). Springer Science and Business Media, LLC. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-17755-3_23

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