What are Oxygen Nanobubbles?

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Oxygen Nanobubbles are nanoscopic gas filled cavities in water with a diameter between ~50nm to ~700nm and have the ability to change the normal characteristics of water. Naneau oxygen nanobubbles are generally under 100 nm, which is very important when they need to be absorbed by the body. Nanobubbles are often defined as  bubbles in a solution (water) with a diameter smaller than 1 µm and larger than 1 nm.  Each bubble is surrounded by an interface with different properties than the bulk solution.  Naneau nanobubbles are defined as  “ultra-fine bubbles (UFB)” and have a very strong internal pressure that stops the bubbles from clumping together and rising to the surface.

SO WHY DON’T THEY FLOAT TO THE TOP AND BURST?Ordinary bubbles (>1nm diameter) quickly rise to the surface and burst but the smaller nanobubbles (<100 nm diameter) have a lower buoyancy and will remain suspended in liquids for an extended period of time.

Ordinary bubbles are large in comparison to nanobubbles and quickly rise to the surface of a liquid and collapse (bust). Nanobubbles will randomly drift owing to what is termed, Brownian Motion and can remain in liquids for a long  period of time. Ordinary bubbles quickly rise to the surface and burst but the smaller nanobubbles (<100 nm diameter) have a lower buoyancy and will remain suspended in liquids for an extended period of time. -

About the Naneau Nanobubbles and how we make them

The Naneau Technology, represents a quantum leap in fluid gas nanotisation and stabilization, emulsification, and water structuring technologies, called nano-plasmoid generation. We developed our technology as a radical shift to go beyond all prior technology, and have done so in a completely novel way.

In simplified terms, the prior art consisted three different technologies

  1. Electrolysed Reduced Water or sometimes called Electrolytic Oxygenation Technology (henceforth "EO System" or "EO Tech)
  2. Micro bubble technology and
  3. Nanobubble Technology.

These technologies, independently, have years of data supporting their efficacy across several industries. Rather than simply combining the three we developed several unique and novel embodiments, with the addition of new elements to create something completely new and radically different. By combining elements of these other technologies with our novel advances, we are seeing all the expected results from the prior technologies individually and much more.

Naneau is truly different, 1+1 = 3

Kaqun was the first commercially and publicly available technology and could be viewed a Generation 1. Kaqun has been using their water commercially and medically for over a decade with incredible success: shrinking cancerous tumours in mice and humans, healing skin maladies like eczema and psoriasis, speeding up wound healing times and quality, rapidly healing burns both thermal and radiation, assisting in the amelioration of the side effects of chemotherapy, and a myriad of digestive benefits. They have conducted several clinical trials with overwhelming success.

The Naneau nanobubble technology uses specially designed cells and transducers with specific, precious metals coatings, coupled with precise and specific frequencies, in the magnetic, electro magnetic, sound or microwave spectrum, which allow electrolysis of the water in a very specific and proprietary way. The result is we split the water (H2 and O2 released from the H2O along with HO and O) and the remaining water is restructured and now loaded with long-chain peroxides. These long chain peroxides create a sanitizing and healing effect for human tissue (skin and alimentary canal) as well as numerous beneficial effects on plants and animals in the categories of: speed of growth, quality of waste products, and health restoration (there are several other non animal applications including wastewater remediation, sanitization, cosmetics, energy and more). Nanobubbles have a widespread application in industry, life science, and medicine.

Nanobubble technology has only been around for a decade or so in earnest. The existence of nano-sized gas bubbles in liquids were theorised prior to 2002 as they could not be proven due to lack of technology to view them under a microscope. Japan has been at the forefront of the nanobubble industry since its inception and the greatest amount of data is from that part of the world.

There is something special that happens when nanobubbles get to be 150nm or smaller. The electron charge around the bubble itself changes the polarity of the water from net positive to net negative which means the water and, more to the point, all the tiny bioavailable gas bubbles themselves, are pushed up to and against whatever positively charged things come into contact with the nanobubbled water. Your intestinal lining, for example, is positively charged, so is your skin.

Also, since the net charge is changed, the nanobubbles themselves are not easily able to touch each other thus they remain very small and do not coalesce into a larger bubble. These tiny bubbles do not have enough mass to float and thus remain suspended in the liquid for extremely long periods of time (especially if bottled and sealed). And, since the gas bubbles are almost the size of the molecule of water itself, it almost begs the question if we are actually talking about gas any more . . . as all gasses are technically fluids.



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