Investigating Ultraviolet-Visible Absorption of Pure Water and Normal Saline under the Treatment of Taheri Consciousness Fields

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Mohammad Ali Taheri
Firouz Payervand
Farzad Ahmadkhanlou
Sara Torabi
Farid Semsarha

Keywords

UV-Visible Spectroscopy, Pure water , Normal saline, Taheri Consciousness Fields

Abstract

UV-Vis spectroscopy is a spectrophotometric technique that relies on the absorption of light by species within the ultraviolet to visible range (200 to 700 nanometers). The study of water absorption has been conducted over the decades from the 1930s to the 1980s to investigate electron transfer levels in various studies. The investigation of the absorptive properties of solutions provides significant information about changes in their internal environment, reactions, and molecular interactions. In this study, with the aim of investigating the effectiveness of T-Consciousness Fields on water molecules and examining the potential changes in the physical properties of water, we have focused on the changes in light absorption in the ultraviolet-visible range by water molecules in the presence of T-Consciousness Fields 1, 2, and 3. Additionally, alongside observing the effects of T-Consciousness Fields on the absorptive properties of pure water, the absorptive properties of normal saline are investigated to provide a valuable basis for comparison. In this study, absorptive properties of normal saline are also examined using UV-Vis absorption spectroscopy. Changes in absorption between the control and samples subjected to T-Consciousness Fields 1, 2, and 3 are obtained compared to the standard deviations of changes caused by the control for each wavelength. According to the results obtained for pure water, T-Consciousness Field 1 has led to significant changes in the visible region, exceeding the standard deviation. In the case of normal saline samples, the absorption resulting from the samples in the visible region in the case of T-Consciousness Field 1 shows a decreasing trend, and in the case of T-Consciousness Field 2, it exhibits an increasing trend. Furthermore, the changes in absorption in the sample treated with T-Consciousness Field 3 fall within the range of the average standard deviation of absorption values for the sample and control. A detailed analysis of absorption regions and a comparison of the effectiveness of the three applied T-Consciousness Fields on pure water and normal saline are in the authors' agenda.

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