The conditions are determined, and the parameters for the onset of the mode of dimeric molecular association in the water system are estimated. The characteristics of dimeric associates of molecules are determined. The region of anomalous thermal compression water is increased from T ≤ 4°C to T ≤ 66.4°C by introducing the temperature equivalent T 0 of the energy of proton transition from molecule to molecule into the parameter of resonant interaction of atoms of different molecules. The time of transfer of excitation energy correlates with the periods of the valence and deformation vibrations of the molecules. Therefore, a molecule that performs valence vibrations “has time” to store an excitation energy sufficient to provide a parallel orientation of the spins of the nuclei of the hydrogen atoms in the molecules. Molecules that perform deformation vibrations have zero spins because of the smallness of the frequencies of such vibrations.
Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry B – Springer Journals
Published: May 29, 2018
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