Author: Zhao Jing//Zhan Diankun//Zhao Xiaomei//Yang Guisheng
Nankai University, Tianjin, Beijing College of Acupuncture, Moxibustion, Traumotology, Tianjin Society of Somatic Science, China 
Conference/Journal: 2nd World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong
Date published: 1993
Other: Pages: 113 , Word Count: 302
In the paper, we observed the effect of the emitted qi on the spectrum of the alcohol and ethanoic acid by HNMR [hydrogen nuclear magnetic resonance] in order to discover the chemical basis of the emitted qi effect.
Thirty experiments showed the qi emitted by strong qigong masters could shift the spectrum peak of active protons but did not effect other peaks. The distance of the peak shift and the continued time depended on the power of the qigong master and the time of the accepting qi. The direction of the peak shift could be changed by the will of the qigong master. In some examples, there were swings in the variation of the peak shift. When a qigong master forms a field, there were also the same variations. Common men and weaker power qigong master could not effect the examples even if the emitted qi lasted for a long time.
The peak shift of the active protons could be considered the variation of the H-bond number in the example solution. The peak shift towards higher field range (right shift) field (left shift) showed the decrease of the H-bond, otherwise the increase of the H-bonds. If the decrease of the H-bonds was considered the bonds being destroyed by qi, then the increase of the H-bonds should be considered the emitted qi having absorbed partial energy from the solution. This is impossible. So, the above mentioned result cannot be explained by present theories. However, it is sure that the emitted qi effect is objective reality. The variance of the physiology and biochemistry of microorganism, plants and animals and the variances of the structure in biological molecules of all kinds depend on the H-bonds realigned intimately. The reason of the swing in the peak position of the active H waits to be explored further.