Advances in Physical Chemistry

Advances in Physical Chemistry / 2007 / Article

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Volume 2007 |Article ID 094286 |

E. Andreev, G. Dovbeshko, V. Krasnoholovets, "The Study of Influence of the Teslar Technology on Aqueous Solution of Some Biomolecules", Advances in Physical Chemistry, vol. 2007, Article ID 094286, 5 pages, 2007.

The Study of Influence of the Teslar Technology on Aqueous Solution of Some Biomolecules

Academic Editor: Leif A. Eriksson
Received05 Jun 2007
Accepted25 Jul 2007
Published23 Aug 2007


The possibility of recording physical changes in aqueos solutions caused by a unique field generated by the Teslar chip (TC) inside a quartz wristwatch has been studied using holographic interferometry. We show that the refraction index of degassed pure distilled water and aqueous solutions of L-tyrosine and b-alanine affected by the TC does not change during the first 10 minutes of influence. In contrast, a 1% aqueous solution of plasma extracted from the blood of a patient with heart vascular disease changes the refractive index when affected by the TC. The characteristic time of reaction is about 102 seconds. Based on our prior research experience, we state that the response of the system studied to the TC's field is similar to that stipulated by the action of a constant magnetic field with the intensity of 1.1×103 T. Nevertheless, our team have unambiguously proved that the TC generates the inerton field, which is associated with a substructure of the matter waves (and, therefore, it does not relate to the electromagnetic nature). We could unambiguously prove that the TC generates the inerton field.


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