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An Interview of
Dr. Klaus Kronenberg, Ph. D.


The science behind GMX water softeners.

Frequently asked questions about the science of
magnetically softened and conditioned water.

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1.  What determines the "quality" of liquid water? Answer.

2.  Why does hard lime scale grow in water containers? Answer.

3.  What is magnetic water treatment? Answer.

4.  How does magnetic water treatment work? Answer.

5.  Do we have any evidence of successful treatment? Answer.

6.  How can some agencies insist that magnetic water treatment does not work? Answer.

7. Is there a quick and easy test to measure the effect of magnetic water treatment? Answer.

8.  Can the effectiveness of magnetic water treatment be demonstrated in a convenient way? Answer.

9.  Will permanent magnets keep their strength for any length of time? Answer.

10. Can the performance of a magnetic water treatment device be predicted with certainty? Answer.

The Answers

Figure 1

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Figure 2

Blue spheres symbolize water molecules forming super-molecules surrounding all non-water particles in the water.


Figures 1 and 2 are from the "Water" volume of the Life Science Library, by L. B. Leopold, Chief Hydrologist of the US Geological Survey.

1. What determines the "quality" of liquid water?

The physical structure of the super-molecules (H2O)n.

Contrary to common belief liquid water Is NOT a mass of separate HO molecules.

If it were, it would be liquid only below minus 30 degree Fahrenheit!

But in fact, water is liquid in a larger range of temperature than other liquids! (Figure 1.) In addition it has these amazing properties:

•  It is able to absorb more heat per gram than other substances. For instance, 10 times as much as iron.

•   When it turns solid it becomes lighter. (Ice swims on top of liquid water.)

•   It is chemically neutral, yet it is a universal solvent.

•   It has an extremely high surface tension, as anyone can see by observing how hard it is for a drop of water to fall from a faucet.

This is only a partial list of the unusual qualities of liquid water. But it seems to indicate that water must contain bigger molecules than H2O.

It is generally known that HO molecules attract one another by their hydrogen bonds. They conglomerate to form super molecules, which determine the behavior of liquid water.

However, the size and the shape of these super-molecules are not known. Whether they are ordered or not, or whether they change constantly or are stable in time, is also not known!

Known with certainty is that these water super-molecules engulf non-water particles (Figure 2).

The "quality" of liquid water depends on its super-molecules.

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