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Magnetite Water

Magnetite or magnetic water. Information about how to make it.

Review of it to see if it is a valad concept with any scientific support. I found that the scientific reports use the terms iron oxide naoparticles and PGA-SPIONs for Magnetite.

1. Wickipedia "Iron oxide nanoparticles are iron oxide particles with diameters between about 1 and 100 nanometers. The two main forms are magnetite (Fe3O4) and its oxidized form maghemite (?-Fe2O3). They have attracted extensive interest due to their superparamagnetic properties and their potential applications in many fields (although Cu, Co and Ni are also highly magnetic materials, they are toxic and easily oxidized)."

2. Pub Med "CONCLUSION:These results suggest that PGA-SPIONs could be used as a metal chelator for clinical treatment of metal poisoning."

3. Pub Med "Structural changes of some organs in rats after a single intravenous injection of magnetite nanoparticles...The aim of this investigation was to study the morphological changes of liver, lung, kidneys and spleen as well as of the cells of mononuclear pahagocyte system in 60 rats 1-40 days after a single intravenous injection of a suspension of magnetite nanoparticles. Moderate hemodynamic disturbances and focal necrotic changes were detected in the hepatic and renal parenchyma. In the lungs and spleen, only hemodynamic disturbances were found. The degree of morphological changes in rat liver, lungs, kidneys and spleen was decreased by day 10. Using Perls histochemical method, the accumulation of nanoparticles was detected in the cells of mononuclear phagocyte system of the organs studied.

Definition of Morphology: the study of the physical shape and size of a specimen, plant, or animal.


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