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Key Words: Exclusion Zone, EZ water, Ionization Potentials, Computational Chemistry, Algebraic Chemistry
Received August 25th, 2013; Accepted November 1st, 2013; Published January 5th, 2014; Available online January 12th, 2014
AbstractThis study applies a new quantitative approach to explain behaviors of Exclusion Zone (EZ) water, and explore some closely related technological issues. The approach is computationally simple enough to be implemented using only a hand calculator. It is based on readily available data about ionization potentials of elements, plus a rational model to help interpolate and extrapolate to cover situations for which data about ionization potentials are not readily available. It allows one to assess all the plausible ionic configurations for any chemical species. Applied to EZ water, the approach gives insight about why EZ water forms its ion and its larger hexagonal structure, why EZ water is probably ubiquitous on our planet (and other planets too, if they have water), and how such knowledge about EZ water could help us solve some important engineering problems.
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