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Molecular Oscillations


Molecular oscillations are highly complex oscillation patterns, which are emitted by atoms or molecules. From a simplified point of view, an atom is made up of a nucleus (which in turn consists of protons and neutrons) and electrons which orbit around the nucleus. Molecules are made up of several atoms, that, again from a strongly simplified point of view, "share some electrons". In both cases, we're not talking about rigid structures but about dynamic systems. The movements caused by this dynamic can be described as oscillations or oscillation patterns: the molecular oscillations. The warmer the substance the greater the amplitude of this oscillation will be. Pursanova TM has managed to isolate, map and store the molecular fundamental oscillations of various substances.
A water molecule (greatly simplified illustration). An oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms bond to form a molecule. The overlap illustrates the shared electrons. Water Molecule