The work showed a phenomenon of influence of seismic and resonance shock waves on the long-range order in a liquid. On examples of damage of ion pair solvated clusters in aqueous solutions of NaCl (3.5 wt%), HCl (2 wt%), AgNO3 (1.7 wt%) and molecular bunches (clusters) in distilled water placed to laboratory chemical reactor far distant from the epicenters of earthquakes the relations between incoming shock and seismic waves and instability of cluster and supracluster long range organization (molecular bunches assocoates) in a liquid is demonstrated. Understanding of risks for chemical industry both in respect of quality and chemical processes instability, and in respect of loose control over chemical technology is considered. Examples of changes in internal organization of solutions in the period of strong hurricane in Europe at February 17, 2007, strong earthquake in Japan at March 25, 2007 and a series of earthquakes at April 4 to 9, 2007 are given and the phenomenon is explained. The risks for chemical industry and the chances of practical using the phenomenon are considered. The clusters in liquids show different responses to the processes in the disaster epicenter, and their responses can be used for understanding chemical processes in Earth crust and in the centers of hurricanes and for strategy of disposing and protecting chemical facilities.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 27, 2007
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