alexa Can low-temperature thermoluminescence cast light on the nature of ultra-high dilutions?
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Author(s): Rey L

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Abstract Low-temperature thermoluminescence has been used in attempt to understand the particular structure of ultra high dilutions. Samples are activated by irradiation after freezing at the temperature of liquid nitrogen (77 degrees K). Experimental results show that, in the course of rewarming, the thermoluminescent glow is susbtantially different between dilutions of different substances. It is suggested that the dispersed gas phase might play a role in this process. This article was published in Homeopathy and referenced in Alternative & Integrative Medicine

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