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11385 Molecular Oscillation Technology and its Application on Corrosion and Scaling Control in Industrial Equipments

Each element & molecule has its own typical natural oscillation. The aim is to influence the original oscillation of the element through in such a way that ultimately the physical properties of the element or of the molecule are modified in the water. The results are rust molecules disintegrate in an unstable form and are washed out.

Product Number: 51300-11385-SG
ISBN: 2011 11385 CP
Author: A.Sheikhbahaei and H. Bayati Abdi
Publication Date: 2011
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Each element, each molecule has its own typical natural molecular oscillation. This natural oscillation is unique and compares well with the human finger print. We are able to isolate record and store these oscillations. Based on these original oscillations we could develop new active oscillation. The aim is to influence the original oscillation of the element in question through new active oscillations in such a way that ultimately the physical properties of the element or of the molecule are modified in the water. The results are rust molecules disintegrate in an unstable form and are washed out. Iron no longer reacts to Fe2O3, but to Fe3O4 which is largely inert to further forms of corrosion. Limes remains dissolved in water longer and crystallize out to a much lesser extent.

Key words: molecular oscillation, corrosion, water treatment

Each element, each molecule has its own typical natural molecular oscillation. This natural oscillation is unique and compares well with the human finger print. We are able to isolate record and store these oscillations. Based on these original oscillations we could develop new active oscillation. The aim is to influence the original oscillation of the element in question through new active oscillations in such a way that ultimately the physical properties of the element or of the molecule are modified in the water. The results are rust molecules disintegrate in an unstable form and are washed out. Iron no longer reacts to Fe2O3, but to Fe3O4 which is largely inert to further forms of corrosion. Limes remains dissolved in water longer and crystallize out to a much lesser extent.

Key words: molecular oscillation, corrosion, water treatment

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