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American chemists have found more evidence for the supernatural design of water for the benefit of life. They discovered that the water molecule is uniquely designed so that in the liquid state fifty or more water molecules can easily form “anionic clusters” (negatively charged ions) so that excess electrons are bound to surfaces of the clusters. This unique and complex property of water, namely the capacity to densely pack excess electrons onto the surface of a large cluster of water molecules, is essential for supporting many life-essential biological electron transfer reactions.
- J. R. R. Verlet et al., “Observation of Large Water-Cluster Anions with Surface-Bound Excess Electrons,” Science 307 (2005): 93-96.
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