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Investigation of the influence of the solar eclipse on the electrical conductivity of distilled water.

The group of researchers decided to conduct a detailed study of the previously “indisputable” fact: is it true that distilled water in a very wide frequency range of an alternating current behaves like a dielectric.

During the solar eclipse on March 20, 2015, the electric conductivity of distilled water was measured in a certain frequency range of alternating current.

  • The purpose of the study: to determine whether there is a fact of the influence of the solar eclipse on the electrical conductivity of distilled water.
  • The object of study: electric conductivity of distilled water.
  • Experiment date: March 20, 2015.
  • Time of the experiment: at the time of the maximum incomplete solar eclipse for the given region.
  • Room temperature: 18,9°С.
  • The salt content of distilled water: less than 1 ppm.
  • Device: AvtoLab Electrochemical Instruments Eco Chemie, made in The Netherlands. The electrochemical cell for measuring conductivity was hermetically sealed, made of plastic with a non-wetted surface, electrodes – platinum.
  • The frequency range of alternating current: from 1 Hz to 100 kHz.

The experiments performed during the incomplete solar eclipse on March 20, 2015, allow us to state that distilled water is showing properties of a conductor of the second kind, i.e. electrolyte (absolutely polarizable electrode)! The device allows producing a wide range of measurements of various values of electrochemical processes with high accuracy.

Three series of experiments were conducted to measure the electrical conductivity of distilled water:

  1. The first series of experiments (Fig. 1) was carried out directly during an incomplete solar eclipse.
  2. The second, a series of experiments, parallel (Fig. 2), was also conducted during an incomplete solar eclipse.
  3. The third, a series of experiments, the control (Fig. 3), was conducted 3 hours after an incomplete solar eclipse.

The obtained experimental data of the third group of experiments are standard, they completely coincide with modern theories (distilled water behaves like a dielectric in a wide range of alternating current frequencies).

Figure 1 – The first series of experiments of electric conductivity of distilled water on the frequency of alternating current during an incomplete solar eclipse on March 20, 2015.

Figure 2 – The second series of experiments of electric conductivity of distilled water on the frequency of alternating current during an incomplete solar eclipse on March 20, 2015.

Figure 3 – The third series of experiments of electric conductivity of distilled water from the frequency of alternating current during an incomplete solar eclipse on March 20, 2015

The experimental data were processed by the Z-View2 program. However, it was not possible to select an adequate mathematical model from the program database for processing this system, although distilled water is the standard solvent for electrochemical studies.

The most accurate mathematical model for the first experiment (Fig. 1) showed an absolute error in the conductivity value of 2.52 · 105 Ohm (the relative error of the measured value was 34.24%) – Fig. 4. This is due to the lack of an adequate mathematical model in the program database.

Figure 4 – Selection of an adequate mathematical model in the Z-View2 program for processing the experimental data of the first experiment.

Figure 5 – Processing of the experimental data of the first experiment on the selected mathematical model, the green line.

The most suitable mathematical model for the second experiment (Fig. 2) showed an absolute error in the conductivity value of 3.37 · 105 Ohm (relative error of the measured value was 37.75%) – Fig.6.

Figure 6 – Selection of an adequate mathematical model in the Z-View2 program for processing the experimental data of the second experiment.

Figure 7 – Processing of the experimental data of the second experiment on the selected mathematical model, the green line.

The most suitable model for the third, control, experiment (Fig. 3) showed an absolute error in the conductivity value of 668 Ohm (relative error of the measured value was 1.79%) – Fig. 8 A green line, representing the mathematical model used in processing the experimental data in Fig. 8, is practically invisible due to the high accuracy of data processing – it practically merges with the red line of the initial data of the experiment.

Figure 8 – Selection of an adequate mathematical model in the Z-View2 program for processing the experimental data of the third (control) experiment.

Figure 9 – Processing of the experimental data of the third, control experiment for the selected mathematical model, the green line (practically merging with the red line of the experimental data).

This experiment is one of the proofs of scientific knowledge about the septon fields first presented in the reports of the international group of scientists ALLATRA SCIENCE of the International Social Movement “ALLATRA”:

https://allatra-science.org/en/publication/climate

https://allatra-science.org/en/publication/iskonnaja-fizika-allatra

Apparently, during the solar eclipse, there is a perturbation of the septon field of the Earth. This is due to the passage of the Moon between the Sun and Earth for a short time. At the time of the solar eclipse, the Moon strongly distorts the flow of the solar wind (or, more accurately, the septon flux from the Sun), promoting the formation of septon perturbations in near-Earth space. Elementary particles of any substance consist of the septons, and the septons are oriented in a certain way in space, thereby giving this substance certain physicochemical properties. The change in the orientation of the septons during the solar eclipse presumably leads to a change in the electronic structure of water, and hence to a change in the physicochemical properties.

A particular manifestation of the above-mentioned mechanism of the process of partial reorientation of septons in water was observed during the experiment. Thus, at the time of the incomplete solar eclipse, the structure and properties of water on the planet Earth changed radically.

CONCLUSIONS: experimental evidence has been obtained of the significant effect of a previously unknown factor on the properties and, obviously, the structure of distilled water. It can be argued that this factor is related to the eclipse of the Sun and / or other events of similar magnitude and significance and is subject to more detailed theoretical and practical study.

A group of independent researchers.