Structure and molecular characterization Globeno atom isolated on human or animal blood, such as linear conductor of electricity in positively charged ionized particles on inanimate surfaces

Blood sample was used and feed a 0.3 ml aliquot poured into a petri dish and glass slide, took alkaline conditions using chemical reagents and alternating current to produce an electromagnetic field and determining the electron charge through the conductivity with a charger and voltage measurement t...

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Autor Principal: Vásquez Hidalgo, Antonio
Formato: Monografia
Idioma: Español
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Publicado: Universidad de El Salvador 2013
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Acceso en línea: http://ri.ues.edu.sv/4519/
http://ri.ues.edu.sv/4519/2/inv%20molecula%20globeno.pdf
http://ri.ues.edu.sv/4519/3/ARTICLE%20IN%20ENGLISH%20GLOBENO.pdf
Sumario: Blood sample was used and feed a 0.3 ml aliquot poured into a petri dish and glass slide, took alkaline conditions using chemical reagents and alternating current to produce an electromagnetic field and determining the electron charge through the conductivity with a charger and voltage measurement tester. Was mixed with ions to facilitate electrical conductivity as well as treating hemoglobin with moisturizers for 24 hrs. Results. Conductivity was found during 24 hrs sustained by a light detecting apparatus that measures the intensity of light from the charge conductivity, which facilitate ion conductivity is also found that alkaline pH facilitates iodine and wetting and permanence continuity loads on average 8 to 12 v in the whole area of linear and circular diameter, showing the electrical conductivity of the phenomenon. When exposed to electromagnetic loads this molecule does form a mesh including the current passing immunoglobulin proteins and undergo a change and become part forming an amorphous network also be excited to form an even higher electromagnetic field including oxygen no iron is partially oxidized by allowing the passage of electrons , this rosette -shaped molecule formed by irregular flattened carbon chains, iron and oxygen with a spatial configuration of interconnected globenos chains covalently bound ion and alkaline salts. Conclusion. The globeno molecule is capable of transmitting electricity at a constant flow of energy, when subjected to extremes of 24 hours or more can conduct electricity, not affecting the electromagnetic fields that occur within the molecule. Deforms the molecule to a rosette structure and adopts irregular irregular shapes different patterns can be very useful in the field of electrical engineering as an electrically conductive non- biodegradable contaminant.