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Deuterium depleted water

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by PeterL, Oct 2, 2018.

  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold


    If we would repet that freezing process 10x with the same success
    we should get 107ppm DDW

    Process of freezing and shaking is rather simple,
    with rather minimal waste of water volume.

    My friend got dedicated freezer and
    adjusted the temperature in freezer to 0C.
    IIRC he had to replace thermostat.
    I am not sure if my freezer can be adjusted to 32F
    Anyhow, that temperature is rather useless for anything else, so dedicated freezer is better option.

    Last edited: Oct 13, 2018
  2. drezy

    drezy New Member

    How much does it cost your buddy himself to get water tested?

    I do not expect this to be a linear process.
  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I do not remember how much I paid to CignatureHealth for water testing.

    But forget about Eurofins
    Yesterday I got my final info.
    $300 US$ to test my urine.

    I posted that yesterday here:


    Possibly you can figure better deal with D testing.
    I could use independent testing.


    IIRC Jason from AU had tested at CignatureHealth
    Qlarivia was a tiny bit below 20ppm (that would be fantastic)(but it may question lab's intentions)

    my friend got Qlarivia tested
    24.556 =(-842.35/1000+1)*155.76 Witek, Qlarivia
    more what one would expect.

  4. drezy

    drezy New Member

    I keep looking at this :

    @Jack Kruse 940 nm laser diodes exist. Shouldn't two orders of magnitude of optical density be easy enough to detect?
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    ^^^the point of the sign is clear.....most sunlight is between 600-3100nm. That is why all the key chromophores are red. Same is true in water. Red light moves things with mass and since deuterium is double the atom mass of H+ red light is more effective moving H+ over deuterium which is the job of the cytochromes and the ATPase.
    Brent Patrick and drezy like this.

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