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Abstract

EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO SOLID MAGNETIC FIELD ON QUALITY OF WATER - A SCIENTIFIC REPORT

Y. Deepa, S. Jeya Raj, S. Akshay Varma, P. Venkatesh and K. Maheshkumar*

ABSTRACT

Background: Magnetic or magnetised water is a commonly used form of magneto therapy. In this, the water is charged by treating it in the magnetic field by which the water acquires the magnetic properties and that is used for therapeutic purpose. Although many properties of water that get influenced by magnetic force have been reported in lot of studies, the aim of this work is specifically to investigate the effect of magnetic force on the qualities of water. We studied the pH, iron concentrations like Calcium, Sulphate, Iron, Fluoride, nitrate, specific gravity and viscosity. Methodology: Deep bore well source was used to take two litres of water. These two litres of water was split into two samples A and B of one litre each. Sample ‘A’ was used for magnetisation and sample B was kept as such. Sample A was magnetised by bipolar method using two magnets for 24 hours in a well ventilated room under normal room temperature. Sample B was placed in the same room setting without the magnets. After 24 hours, the two samples were tested to find the quality. Results: The magnetised water has significant change in the quality of water compared to the normal unexposed water. The pH, Calcium, Sulphate, Iron and fluoride ion concentration showed considerable raise in magnetised water compared to normal water. Conclusion: In this study, we found that the pH, ion concentrations like Calcium, Sulphate, Iron, Fluoride, nitrate, specific gravity and viscosity of magnetic water increased after magnetization. This work can be extended to examine the effect of these changes in magnetic water on Treatment and prevention of diseases.

Keywords: Magnetism, Magnetic water, Quality of water.


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