Zéta Potentiel

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    • 7.5g de Bicarbonate de potasse (32.55/500g)
  2. Prendre 1 càs de ce mélange dans un litre d’eau

ZETA BALANCING POWDER

 

The stability of colloidal systems depends of the dilution, pH and strength of the ions in the bulk

of solutions. One of the most important factors which determine the stability is the small electrical

potential around each particle of the colloid, known as zeta potential.

This concept can be applied to all biological colloids, including blood, and most cardiovascular diseases can be explained in terms of ZP.

Erythrocyte Aggregation Historical Backgroud

Healthy humans and animals don’t have erythrocyte aggregation. More than 500 peer reviewed articles were published at that time shown that sick animal or post-trauma; and humans with diseases have erythrocyte aggregation. Erythrocyte aggregation is part of pathophysiology, and don’t exist in the physiology of healthy animals. Erythrocyte aggregation block the microcirculation, impairing the oxygenation of organs and tissues.

Erythrocyte Aggregation and

  • Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease and Zeta Potential : Zeta potential of erythrocyte membrane is less negative from the control group in diabetic patients, and still less negative in diabetic patients with cardiovascular disease.
    Patients with diabetes had difficulties in the cicatrization process.
  • Hypertension
  • HIV
  1. ZETA POTENTIAL

the periwinkle flower.

  • in a negative gauss glass container [ )( ] creates -40mV and leads to continuous blooming

  • in positive gauss glass container [ ( ) ] creates +25mV and leads to root development

a xmas tree is cut above ground and put in the pos gauss container with red/orange marbles will develop roots; while the remaining part is covered with clay pot (plant pot) and he will grow new branches.

and you can grow crops if you dilute sea water to 15,000 mS and water them with it

Zeta Potential is the electrostatic charge carried on each particle in water based systems. This charge keeps the particles from clumping. Positively charged colloids cause coagulation; negatively charged particles cause dispersion.

Electrostatic charge is a primary force of Nature. Nether direct or alternating current exists in nature. The earth is negative, the sky is positive. The flow of charge between earth and sky is negative and trees carry a high charge in the atmosphere. The flow between earth and the atmosphere is called the fair-weather plane. Lightning is positive flow, returning charge to earth.

On a smaller scale, all trace metals, minerals, inorganic materials, proteins and amino acids are held in suspension not solution in liquids by an electrical charge. These very small particles are called colloids. In liquids, the ability to carry material in suspension is a function of these minute electrical charges. As the negative charge increases, more material can be carried in suspension. PTG

As the charge decreases, the particles move closer to each other and the liquid is able to carry less material. NTG

There is a point where the ability to carry material in suspension is exceeded and particles begin to clump together, with the heavier metals or more positively charged colloids dropping out of the liquid and coagulating. Each liquid has a phase change point where very slight changes in the electro-negative charge can produce rapid coagulation.

The following table of colloidal suspension stability shows how a slight change of colloid charge can have major consequences. Essentially, living systems operate in a range from -15 millivolts to -100 millivolts. The higher the negative charge, the greater dispersion and stability.

Average ZP in Millivolts

Maximum agglomeration and precipitation

0

To

+3

Range of strong agglomeration and precipitation

+5

To

-5

Threshold of agglomeration

-10

To

-15

Threshold of delicate dispersion

-16

To

-30

Moderate stability

-31

To

-40

Fairly good stability

-41

To

-60

Very good stability

-61

To

-80

Extremely good stability

-81

To

-100

Over 100 millivolts in the whole system causes anionic reversal i.e. system coagulation

All substances are held in suspension by negative electrostatic charge, regardless if the material is neg or pos charged.

For those old enough to remember, root cellars in which fruit and produce were stored for months without spoiling, typically have 2000 millivolts of negative charge.

Conductivity

Pure water contains no particles and does not conduct electricity. As colloids are added, electrical conductivity rises. This amount of conductivity is called Specific Conductance, and is measured in micro Siemens (mS). Specific conductance also rises with temperature (about 150 mS between 70 degrees and 80 degrees).

When too many particles are added to a too small amount of liquid, colloids are forced together until they clump. Clumping occurs from shorting out the electrical charge on the colloid.

All elements are either electro-positive or electro-negative. The quantity of extra positive and/or negative charge in an element (Valence) has great effect on stability of any liquid. Electro-positive ions increase clumping and lower Zeta Potential, while electro-negative ions decrease clumping and raise Zeta Potential.

NEGATIF ZETA POTENTIAL

Dispersion increases by

POSITIF ZETA POTENTIAL

Coagulation increases by

0

1x

8x

64x

= +/-

64x

8x

1x

0

VALENCE

0

-1

-2

-3

-/+4

+3

+2

+1

0

Neon

Fluorine

Oxygen

Nitrogen

Carbon

Boron

Beryllium

Lithium

Helium

Argon

Chlorine

Sulfur

Phosphorous

Silicon

Aluminum

Magnesium

Sodium

Neon

Krypton

Bromine

Selenium

Arsenic

Cobalt

Scandium

Calcium

Potassium

Argon

Xenon

Iodine

Tellurium

Antimony

Rhodium

Yttrium

Strontium

Rubidium

Krypton

Al is dangerous because it has 64x the capacity to change the zp than Sodium: it will reduce surface charge, reduce carrying capacity, increase surface tension 64 times more than sodium!

All elements to the left of center are negative; to the right are positive. Below the line, VALENCE is the number of extra positive or negative ions of the element. The center is equally balanced.

Concrete is not so good because of its content of Ca with valence +2.

Red blood cells are primary carrier of negative charge (pulsed electrostatic field movement of spiral flows); we are o.k. when the specific conductance is below 12,000mS

the body has 8 elements; they need to be in a 3.5:5.5 ratio (Φ)

MMS: raise per 1 drop all 4 days

or: 3 drops water and 2 drops hydrogenperoxide (better) slower build up!

    1. Color-wavelength-frequency-values

valence

0

-1

-2

-3

±4

3

2

1

0

color

ultraviolet

blue-violet

blue

green

white/yellow

orange

red

red-violet

infrared

wavelength

<377

455-390

492-455

577-492

597-577

622-597

750-622

>770

frequency

659-769

610-659

520-610

503-520

482-502

384-482

tone

Do (C)

Re (D)

Mi (E)

Fa (F)

So (G)

La (A)

Ti (B)

Do (C)

  1. Table of Influenzes

Negative Zeta Potential

Positive Zeta Potential

– anionic discharge

+ kationic charge

centrifugal force CW

centripetal force CCW

dissipation

concentration

south pole magnetism

north pole magnetism

negative discharge increases in inverse ratio

pos. discharge increases in inverse ratio

ionisation

increasing

decreasing

volume

increasing

decreasing

melting point

decreasing

increasing

cohesion

decreasing

increasing

surface tension

decreasing

increasing

stability

decreasing

increasing

density

decreasing

increasing

suspension

increasing

decreasing

Mini -Vortices.

Bubbling air into water and turbulence create multiple mini-vortices. This has a direct influence upon the carrying capacity of a liquid. Generally, bubbling air introduced in water will decrease surface tension and increase Zeta Potential.

Surface tension is the property that holds a drop of water together and permits a water spider to walk on it. Air is nitrogen and oxygen, both negatively charged ; however, atmospheric spraying, as in irrigation, decreases the carrying capacity due to the mixing of .03% carbon dioxide in the air with the liquid, which reduces pH.

Straight pipes neutralize negative ZP and kill the water in this way.

you can build a strong negatively charged water that will clean itself if you move it by a ccw rotating tesla turbine

you can change the waters zp by sound/color, movement, magnets

a strongly negative zp water is bacteriostatic

decalcification occurs if a static charge of 30,000V@ 0.5mA is applied (by a magnet), because the pos.pole of the magnet is directed to the water: the positively charged H is repelled (all H2O molecules turn the H-parts away from the magnet; O is paramagnetic (attracted by the magnet without becoming a magnet)

magnets on the glasses (buegel ohne the haut zu beruehren!)

flow forms are perfect as shells (cut a shell open to see the flowform channels)

there are only 3 angles for shells

each angle creates a different valence (the wider the angle the higher the valence: 54degrees=-3 if turned CCW

for turbines the top part (cut open) can be covered with acrylic to see

Bulk stress – solids in suspension

Water from deep wells or the bottom of dams has much higher bulk stress i.e. more particles in suspension, than surface water. Thus it is less able to sustain life. The amount of solids in water increases with the depth increasing bulk stress and lowering Zeta Potential. Fish are killed when water is released from the bottom of a dam into a river, from high bulk stress since high dissolved solids at the bottom of the dam destroy Zeta Potential. Depending on the composition of the elements100 to 1000 parts per million is all that is needed

It is well known that when an electrical charge is imposed on water, it will cause the colloids, each of which has its’ own charge, to move. This is called endosmosis.

Colloids flowing in suspension create an electromagnetic charge also, called Inverse electro-endosmosis.

Methods that Temporarily Increase Carrying Capacity.

Since carrying capacity is a function of the electro-negative charge on particles, it is possible to artificially increase and create a higher electro-negative field which will temporarily cause greater concentration or dissipation by changing Zeta Potential.

While the artificial electrostatic charge is present, the particles in suspension react as if the basic chemistry was changed: the carrying capacity will increase, the surface tension will decrease and coagulated material will go back into suspension. When the artificial charge on the particles is removed, the carrying capacity of the liquid will theoretically return to the same carrying charge as before the charge was increased.

There are a number of these devices used industrially which very effectively stop algae, mold, bacteria and bacterial corrosion from forming in cooling towers and eliminates calcium scale formation.

  1. Simple Diffusion

Temperature is the amount of movement of atoms/molecules. when the movement is large enough the bonds that hold the atoms of a solid together, break and the substance becomes liquid or gaseous. this movement is random between the collisions (brownian motion) with other atoms. the random movement is called DIFFUSION.

Net movement of atoms occurs when large numbers are present and when there is an imbalance between parts within the container.

Membrane is a surface that creates a selective permeability for substances.

Solution

water molecule,solvent


clorid ion,solute particle



in a solution the ion doesn’t just mingle in the water: it attracts a shell of water molecules and becomes a bigger entity; the water molecules are not static but change around the solute particle.Thus, the more concentrated a solution – the higher the amount of solute it contains – the lower the water activity. the chemical activity of water is inverse proportional to the solute concentration.

Osmosis

two solutions separated by membrane permeable only to water: if concentration changes, water will migrate towards the higher concentration to re-establish equilibrium; because lower concentration means more free water molecules that can freely permeate the membrane; and bound water is less active as water: permeates less.

Inorganic ions diffuse differently according to the membrane charge.

pH

measures the acidity of a substance. in pure water some particles react with each other:

H2O + H2O ===> H3O+ + OH

Water + Water ===> Hydronium Ion+ ( an Acid ) + Hydroxyl Ion ( a Base )

pure water is neutral because it produces an equal amount of acidity and alcalinity. If a strong base, such as sodium hydroxide, is added to water, it ionizes as follows:

NaOH <=====> Na+ + OH

Thus, the addition of NaOH to water increases the OH or alkali concentration of the resulting solutions.

WATER

  • is negatively charged because it has two Hydrogen ions (two positive charges) and one Oxygen ion (double negative charge, 8x power); so it has more effective negative charge.

  • is a diamagnetic (repelled by a magnetic field but not becoming magnetic)

Bibliography:

  1. Fred Hageneder: Spirit of trees – Geist der Bäume. (Paperback)

  2. franks box: http://www.box.net/shared/rm6qz2dk0k