Preparation and Analysis of the Properties of Magnetic Water and Its Effect onto Redox Reactions of Some Aromatic Compounds using a Magnetic-cyclic Reactor

Document Type : Original Article

Authors

1 K.N. Toosi university of Technology

2 K.N. Toosi University of Technology

Abstract

First, in this study, the distilled water was magnetized by a magnetic-cyclic reactor and the properties of the prepared magnetic water. Next, the physical properties of the magnetized water were analyzed and then compared with distilled water. the Physical properties of magnetized and non-magnetized water such as pH changes, oxygen solubility, viscosity, absorption of infrared and ultraviolet radiation, refractive index and solubility were studied. After examining these items, the magnetized water employed in the electrochemical cell as part of the reaction environment to evaluate its effect on the redox behavior of some aromatic compounds, such as the chloroselenobenzene and the 2-hydroxyphenyl which called “Catechol”. The results showed that the magnetized water can change the oxidation and reduction conditions of some aromatic compounds. Based on the obtained results of the designed experiments, we found that there is a relation between magnetization and redox behavior of some compounds and therefore a mechanism for water magnetization as well as the oxidation and reduction behavior of the compounds was presented.

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Preparation and Analysis of the Properties of Magnetic Water and Its Effect onto Redox Reactions of Some Aromatic Compounds using a Magnetic-cyclic Reactor

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Volume 2, Issue 2 - Serial Number 3
February 2020
Pages 163-169
  • Receive Date: 11 March 2019
  • Revise Date: 29 May 2019
  • Accept Date: 24 February 2020
  • First Publish Date: 24 February 2020