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Spectroscopic, Dielectric Dispersion and Quantum Electrodynamical view point of Ultrahigh Dilutions

Arora, Saurav.
Int. j. high dilution res ; 15(3)Oct.10 2016.
Article in English | LILACS, HomeoIndex (homeopathy) | ID: biblio-910616
In previous issues, Sukul et al published two papers on Raman spectroscopic profiles of Sulphur, Natrum mur, Calcarea carb and Sepia. The authors observed that the free water molecules and hydrogen bond strength of OH groups are two unique features that differentiate a drug and even potency. The latest article in this issue is in continuation of the previous work. In this work authors studied the Raman spectra and FTIR profiles of three dilutions of X-ray and Magnetis poli ambo. The work seems interesting as these remedies are imponderabilia and do not have any molecular starting point, therefore, their mother tinctures, potencies, and vehicle are identical with respect to chemical composition, i.e. ethanol and water. This goes in contrast and comparison to previous works with organic and inorganic sources remedies.
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