Fluctuations of Some Properties of Aqueous Solutions
A mathematical model of the air diffusion process through the water surface taking into account the reverse flow of bubbles was proposed. The numerical solving gives self-oscillation of the dissolved air concentration. Spectral density of these oscillations has the 1/f-noise form, which explains the fluctuating nature of the observed properties of water and biological effects, which depend on the amount of dissolved air. A mechanism of spontaneous water luminescence observed after laser irradiation was suggested. The calculated luminescence self-oscillations have the form of a fractal with an infinite sequence of periods, which evolve in time and that is qualitatively consistent with the experiment.
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