Effect of emitted qi on ultraviolet and infrared thermal imaging systems on L-trypotophan solution

Author: Meng Guirong 1//Li Shenping 1//Su Mengyin 1//Cui Yuanhao 1//Xin Yan 2
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China [1] //Municipal Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Chongqing, Sichuan Province, China [2]
Conference/Journal: 1st World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong
Date published: 1988
Other: Pages: 175 , Word Count: 314

As known to all, protein is an important biological macromolecule
in living bodies. There are 20 amino acids in protein and L-tryptophan is
one of them. It is an essential element to make up protein. Studying the
action of the emitted qi on tryptophan will directly help to reveal the
mechanism of the emitted qi that removes diseases and strengthens

This experiment examined the ultraviolet dulling effect of L-
tryptophan before and after the qi emission, using an ultraviolet-visible
spectrometer. Temperature change was measured by a thermovision.
The experiment sample was PHI'S L-tryptophan aqueous solution
with a density of 10 mg/ml. The samples were classified into the
experiment group and the contrast group. To affirm the chemical stability
of the samples under normal temperature, the background samples
received two examinations at the interval of l3.5 hours, as shown in Table

One hour before the action of the emitted qi, the initial temperature
and the initial spectrum were examined. The qigong master emitted his
qi at a long distance on the sample for about 40 minutes.
The experimental result is illustrated in Table 2. At the wave
lengths 244 nm and 280 nm, there turned up the apparent increase of
ultraviolet absorption intensity. The increasing rate was from 4 per cent
to 55. 9 per cent. see Table 1.

Usually, this phenomenon of 'colour increasing effect' called in
chemistry was impossible to turn up. Corresponding to variation of the
molecular structure, the sample's temperature changed before and after
the experiment. In both cases, it increased 2°C. This phenomenon shows
that the variation of the molecular structure is exothermic.

Table 1 The Change of the Wave-Length Absorption Intensity of Two Samples

Wavelength ABS 244 nm ABS 280 nm
SAMPLE Initial Final ABS IR Initial Final ABS IR
I 0.085 0.110 0.025 29.4% 0.247 0.257 0.010 4%
II 0.085 0.133 0.048 55.9% 0.245 0.270 0.025

ABS = increase in absorbance
IR = change in rate of absorbance (%)

Table 2 Temperature Variation of Two Samples (deg C)

Sample temp initial final change

I 16.20 16.20 18.2O 2.00
II 16.20 16.20 18.2O 2.00