Effects of qigong wai qi on B-R oscillation reaction

Author: Yang Zhi//Liu Keting
Yunnan Teachers University, China [1]
Conference/Journal: 3rd Nat Acad Conf on Qigong Science
Date published: 1990
Other: Pages: 27 , Word Count: 301

In this paper, we have studied B-R oscillation reaction to qigong emanation. Experiments: A solution, 102.5 ml 30% H2 O2 is diluted to 250 ml with steam water; B solution, 10.7g KIO3 and 10 ml 2M H2 SO4 are diluted to 250 ml; C solution, 3.9g CH2 (COOH)2 and 0.845 g MnSO4.H2O and 0.075 g soluble starch are diluted to 250 ml.

The oscillation reaction happens when A, B, C are mixed (Va=Vb=Vc=25 ml), its main processes are as follows:

5 H2O2 + 2HIO3 = 5O2 +6H2O +I2...................(1)
I2 + CH2 (COOH)2 = ICH(COOH)2 + I- + H+...........(2)
I2 + I = I-3............................(3)
2I- +2H +H2O2 = Ix + 2H2O........................(4)
5H2O2 + I2 = 2HIO3 +4H2O.....................(5)

Results and discussions: during oscillation reaction, H2 O2 and CH2 (COOH), are only consumed, but HIO3 may be reproduced. A sufficiency of H2 O2 and CH2 (COOH)2 are the conditions for oscillation reaction. 10(-3) reduced and I-oxidized are the main factors of oscillation reaction. The existence of the fourth reaction process makes I3- appear periodically i.e. oscillation reaction happens. The system is the opening one, which gives energy to environment during reaction. When we give qigong emanation to the system, its energy adds. Qigong emanation makes the system consume less energy and less of H2 O2 and CH2 (COOH), every period. The number of oscillation is increased and the time of oscillation reaction are longer.

When Vb is reduced (Va=Vc=10 ml, Vb = 4 ml), the periods from yellow to blue and blue to yellow become long without qigong emanation, but the period from yellow to blue (first time) becomes longer under qigong emanation the possible reason is qigong emanation makes H2 O2 oxidized I2 quickly, so the second reaction is suppressed.

In summary, qigong emanation not only gives energy to the oscillation reaction, but also affects the molecular structures of some reagents.