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Modeling of Mechanism of the Formation of Aqueous Solutions of Catholyte and Anolyte During Electrolysis and Their Effect on a Biological Cell



The article presents the results of modeling of the mechanism of formation of an aqueous solution of catholyte and anolyte, showing that the aqueous solution of catholyte is formed by negatively charged hydrogen bubbles, released from the cathode, isolated from the anode during electrolysis, which float to the surface of water, saturate it with hydrogen (hydrogen water or catholyte solution) and charge it negatively. An aqueous solution of the anolyte is formed due to positively charged oxygen bubbles released from the anode, isolated from the cathode during electrolysis, which float to the surface of the water, saturate it with oxygen (oxygen water or anolyte solution) and positively charge it. The modeling results showed that in a biological cell placed in a negatively charged medium of an aqueous solution of catholyte, metabolic processes are activated, leading to its rapid reproduction. The modeling results also showed that in a biological cell, placed in a positively charged environment of an aqueous solution of anolyte, its metabolic processes with the environment stop and it dies after
losing nutrition and other vital resources. The author, using negatively charged microdispersed hydrogen bubbles and a negative charge of a catholyte solution, developed a method, embodied in the developed electroflotator- concentrator, which made it possible to obtain a high-quality concentrate of rapidly multiplying biological cells (Chlorella, Dunaliella). The author, using negatively charged
microdispersed hydrogen bubbles, positively charged oxygen bubbles and a positive charge of the anolyte solution, developed a method, embodied in the developed two-chamber daily medical lymphatic continuous type purifier for recirculation in a closed circuit, which allowed all increases in the concentrations of lymph microcomponents to lead to a normal form of lymph concentrations
healthy person, to destroy and to remove dead cancer cells from the patient's lymph.

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