Dynasphere Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Frequency Response Profile - A Novel Experiment

Replication of this S. Kernbach experiment here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxkZsM0Rsb8

“Following the ideas of “–G” and “+G” emission of Chaumery/de Belizal, and “entropic positive/negative” processes of Kozyrev, we tested whether the Dynasphere is able to perform a similar polarization of “weak emission” on aqueous systems. Thereby the developed measurement approach with EIS FRP (Frequency Response Profile) was applied, it was first proposed by Sokolova in 80s. Indeed, in a few runs, a clear difference of samples exposed by the “East Part” and by “West Part” is observed. In turn, the importance of control samples became evident since we compare in fact all measurements with some selected sample – this returns us again to the questions of measurement units of “weak emissions.

Source: https://issuu.com/svpwaterresearch/docs/-g_g_water-_frequency_response_pr

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