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[ask]electron inside drinking water

  1. Feb 8, 2012 #1
    Dear Sir/Madam,
    This is the first time for me to joint the Physics Forum. At this time I have several questions regarding "Electron Ionized Drinking water". Please find all the questions below:
    1. Does Electron could be injected into water ?How to inject the electron into water ? Please
    tell me the process briefly.
    2. How do we generate the electrons electrically? By separating Hydrogen ion from water
    molecule ?
    3. As far as I know if Hydrogen release its electron means its electrical charged become
    positive, so the Hydrogen become a Free Radical, is it right ?
    4. Does electron water could neutralized Free Radicals, How it is happened ?
    5. Is it possible to enlarge the water molecules so it could Hold more electrons ? Is it make
    sense ?
    6. How to measure the electron contents in drinking water ?
    7. Do electrons could kill viruses in human body?

    Thank you for your kind cooperation.
  2. jcsd
  3. Feb 12, 2012 #2
    A free electron will not remain unreactive or storable in water, and this can be proved by electron spin resonance measurements. Any benefits of producing a "electron ionized drinking water" are so much BS and wishful thinking.
    Some aprotic solvents can briefly solvate an electron, and these are evident by a strong blue coloration from CT absorption bands. I'll bet this coloration cannot be demonstrated in the so-called "electron ionized drinking water"....
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