Multidisciplinary Research Journal

Analysis with Gas Discharge Visualization of the Possible Effects on Water 
in Different Containers

Abella A1 Amorós A1, González M1*,  del Corral A1 i Peña J1

*ELISAVA, Barcelona School of Design and Engineering, La Rambla 30-32, 08002, Barcelona, Spain.

*Correspondence E-mail: mgonzalez@elisava.net

Keywords: water; Gas Discharge Visualization; electrode; vortex; structure

Keywords: Surface Barrier; Surface Cover; Gravel; Evaporation

Received September 7, 2016; Revised March 28, 2017; Accepted May 15, 2017; Published July 31, 2017; Available Online July 31, 2017.

DOI: 10.14294/WATER.2017.3

Abstract

Water has some unique properties which are only now beginning to be understood. One of these is the memory of water. In fact, water can retain some properties of materials that were once in contact with it. This might be due to formation of structured water. Specialized bottles that claim to enhance this property have emerged in the market.

The current study explores the possible effects of shape, volume, material and color of different containers used for storing water. Additionally, we have also investigated and compared the properties of water filled in some so-called “vitalizing” bottles versus that filled in standard containers.

Using the computerized biophysical Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) method, we demonstrate significant differences among various types of containers and conclude that the color, shape, material and volume of a container can influence the properties of water.


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