ISSN: 1870-5472

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Volumen 2, Número 2. Jul-Dic 2005



In this essay, the actual accepted water dissociation theory is questioned, because a single proton H+ cannot exist as an isolated particle considering the water structure characteristics. Even though it is said that the proton can exist hydrated as H3O+, the most recent spectroscopic attempts to prove the existence of this particle have failed. The practice of measuring water dissociation with the passage of electric current has led to the generation of different symbols to represent a particle that does not naturally exist. To support water no dissociation, let us consider any aqueous solution of hydrochloric acid in which, as classic chemistry assumes, the Cl, H+ and OH? radicals are dissociated inside the solution. If heat is applied and the solution boils and evaporates, it is always observed that molecules of H2O and HCl are evaporated completely and never evaporate detached ions. From this observation can be concluded that HCl and water were not dissociated inside the solution. If really these compounds were dissociated in the solution, it would mean going from a disorderly system, ions in solution, to an orderly one, molecules evaporated from the solution by temperature increase. This clearly contradicts the thermodynamics second law.

Palabras clave: Dielectric constant, water structure, water hydrogen bonds

Volumen 2, Número 2

Volumen 2, Número 2
Jul-Dic 2005


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