- F.A.Q. about air ionization and air ionizers
- Artificial and natural sources of air ionization
- Popular and scientific articles about ionization
- The use of ionization in animal breeding
- Normative documents of air ionization
- Measuring instruments
- Heliobiology, influence of the Sun on the Earth processes
- Another articles
Section F.A.Q. about air ionization and air ionizers
Hello! Live long and happily! I am very surprised that so a lot of people are interested in ionization and effects connected with it. Let me introduce myself Reuta Victor Pavlovich, in three years I will celebrate my 70th anniversary, I hope I will live until that time. I began working seriously at ionization at the end of 1967 (I got my first authors certificates at that time).
"Please, open the window, it is very stuffy here and I have a headache", say some people. "On no account!" - say the others. "It is very cold in the street, we don't want draughts, colds, radiculitis". It is very likely that such disputes appear in any establishment, but anyway everybody fails. Why? Because the open window doesn't solve the problem of air freshness...
There is an opinion that positive ions are unhealthy. This mistake has a long history. First of all, when was discovered the advantage of ionized air, researches decided that only negative ions are useful. That's why the academician A.F.Chizhevsky began to make his lamps, and his followers - their devices - unipolar, i.e. they generated the ions of one polarity. It is easier to produce such ionizers, there is no need to think that ions can recomb
Some parts of molecules of the atmospheric air that we breathe always carry electrical charges. The process of obtaining electric charge by air molecules is called air ionization, and a charged molecule is called a light air ion, or air-ion. If a charged molecule of air settles on an water drop or a dust particle, it also obtains electric charge, and is then called a heavy "ion". There're two polarities of electricity, positive and negative, and