A Further Indication of the Self-Ordering Capacity of Water Via the Droplet Evaporation Method

@article{Jerman2014AFI,
  title={A Further Indication of the Self-Ordering Capacity of Water Via the Droplet Evaporation Method},
  author={Igor Jerman and Petra Ratajc},
  journal={Entropy},
  year={2014},
  volume={16},
  pages={5211-5222}
}
The droplet evaporation method (DEM) is increasingly used for assessing various characteristics of water. In our research we tried to use DEM to detect a possible self-ordering capability of (spring) water that would be similar to the already found and described autothixotropic phenomenon, namely increasing order of non-distilled water subject to aging. The output of DEM is a droplet remnant pattern (DRP). For analysis of DRP images we used a specially developed computer program that does the… CONTINUE READING

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