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Can liquid water form lasting structures consisting of 6, 12, 13, 16

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Can liquid water form lasting structures consisting of 6, 12, 13, 16 or more molecules such as that shown in the diagram above? a. Yes b. No;h2. With reference to states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) and the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, explain why this is the case: (2) Is Dr. Dent?s claim that AAW water is forming hexagonal structures logically consistent with Karen Kean?s claim that it is being ionized into H+ cations and OH- anions?;a. yes b. no;i2. Explain: Given the charges on the OH- anions and the H+ cations, could large numbers of these ions remain separated from one another in a liquid even if the AAW device initially separated them? Based on what you know about electric charges, explain your answer. Given the chemical composition of water, does it make sense to claim, as Ms. Kean does, that the AAW water that enters the body is made of OH- anions?;a. Yes b. No;k2. Explain: (1. Is Karen Kean?s claim that smaller ions (formed by the ionization of water molecules) more readily enter the cell logically consistent with the other claim, made by Dr. Kent, that clustered, structured, rings of water molecules are more readily absorbed into cells?;a. Yes b. No;L2 Explain: (2);m. What is Aristotle?s Law of non-contradiction? (See textbook for definition and then restate it in your own words) (2)

 

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