Discussion in 'Chemistry' started by thinking, May 3, 2010.
what is water ?
besides the H2O bond
some think that there is more water , than just the H2O bonds
Water is one of the strangest substances in the universe.
It is somewhat intriguing. But how far in depth can you get with water.
Yes it is, it is because of the strong, bond hydrogen adams have.
to the depth of ....
I'm from Canada , we have a channel called OASISHD
and that channel showed a one hour program on " The Mystery of Water "
find it and watch it
I'll try and look it up.
What part of Canada you from, i am doing experiments now using ocean water as the fuel, from the Atlantic coast and all.
( if not I will do what I can from this end to help )
if a molecule is introduced into water , the molecule changes
the molecule produces a shell
the salt water can be used as fuel source if you use the right radio wave frequency to split H2O , into hydrogen and oxygen
Yeah i read a bit on that? But at what amplitude and at What frequency?
don't know they didn't say
but it shouldn't be to hard to find
yeah that is true, I might try a few things along them lines.
are you saying that you are open to the possibility that water is more than just the bonds of H2O ?
because of the evidence
that suggests otherwise
on OASISHD on date mon. 2/8
the Mystery of Water is presented
That information is useless since I can't see the programme.
the interior of the molecule
when a molecule enters water things change , the molecule has a shell called the solvate shell ( not sure if caught the name right ) surrounds the molecule and making it different the molecule outside water
molecules behave differently in water
You mean solvation shell, happens in other liquids too.
And when it's water it's called a hydration shell.
dry and wet
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