Water Structure

Structure Formation and Physicochemical Properties of Diluted Aqueous Solutions Prepared by the Supramolecular Technique (SMT) Method

Konovalov AI†,  Ryzhkina IS, Murtazina LI, Kostina LA

Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry, FRC Kazan Scientific Center, Russian Academy of Sciences, Abruzov str. 8, Kazan 420088 – Russia

and Gastaldi L *

IED BioEngineering Italia, s.r.l., Via Bra, 3 – 12100 Cuneo, Italy

*Corresponding author, e-mail:   ieditalia@icloud.comluciano.gastaldi@virgilio.it, LIMurt@yandex.ru, irina.s.ryzhkina@mail.ru, kostina@iopc.ru

Keywords: diluted aqueous solutions, structure formation, supramolecular technique, redox potential, dynamic and electrophoretic light scattering

Received: September 21, 2021
Revised: January 22, 2022
Accepted: February 25, 2022
Published: April 25, 2022




The purpose and objectives of this article are to study structure formation and the physicochemical properties of an aqueous material solution (SM) prepared using the supramolecular technique (SMT) method. The paper introduces the study of self-organization and physicochemical properties of the initial SM and solvents: distilled water (DW), municipal water (MW) used for the SM preparation, Kazan municipal water (KMW), and samples SM/DW, SM/MW, SM/KMW. The obtained data is evidence that, in the 1:200 – 1:400 dilution interval, all the samples (SM/DW, SM/MW, SM/KMW) represented self-organized dispersed systems. They have the pronounced ability for nonlinear changes of physicochemical properties (specific conductivity, pH, and redox potential), prompting suggestions that, in this dilution interval, systems might influence biological objects within a minimum of two months after preparation of SM.

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