Effects of pulsed low-frequency electromagnetic fields on water characterized by light scattering techniques: role of bubbles.

@article{Valle2005EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of pulsed low-frequency electromagnetic fields on water characterized by light scattering techniques: role of bubbles.},
  author={Philippe Vall{\'e}e and Jacques Lafait and Laurent Legrand and Pascale Mentr{\'e} and Marie-Odile Monod and Yol{\`e}ne Thomas},
  journal={Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids},
  year={2005},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={2293-9}
}
Well-characterized purified water was exposed for 6 h to pulsed low-frequency weak electromagnetic fields. After various time periods, nondegassed and degassed water samples were analyzed by static light scattering. Just after electromagnetic exposure (day 0), a reduction of over 20% in the maximum light scattering intensity at 488 nm wavelength in both nondegassed and degassed samples was observed. By contrast, on day 12 the difference was observed only in nondegassed water samples. The latter… CONTINUE READING