Medicon Agriculture & Environmental Sciences (ISSN: 2972-2691)

Research Article

Volume 4 Issue 3

Water is More Than Unusual on Earth

Sunao Sugihara1*, Hiroshi Maiwa1 and Kunihiko Hatanaka2
1Shonan Institute of Technology, Fugisawa, Japan
2MCM Co. Ltd, Osaka, Japan

*Corresponding Author: Sunao Sugihara, Shonan Institute of Technology, Fujisawa, Japan.

Published: March 02, 2023

DOI: 10.55162/MCAES.04.098

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Many kinds of water research relate to the results in macroscopic conditions; they report H2O molecules and hydronium ions in a solvent. Such conditions are also crucial for solubility due to the dielectrics of water. However, there are a few to discuss the hydrogen bonds, which are the critical parameter of water. Moreover, the conditions after the bond dissociation are attractive in water physics. We know the outer electron (s) of H2O or H2 in many discussions. At present, we put stress on the hydrogen atom after hydrogen bond dissociation. Although we can see the assumed particle, the particle shows interesting evidence, not only the outer electron but also the nucleus of a hydrogen atom, namely the proton. So, we must research water in physical chemistry here.

Keyword: dissociation of hydrogen bond; chemical reduction; electron and proton; oscillation; far IR and terahertz