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How is structured water different from hydrogen water?

Asked 7 months ago

Hi. What is the difference between structured water and hydrogen water?

Moises Riley

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Hydrogen water simply means normal water (H2O) that contains dissolved hydrogen gas (H2). It is believed that adding hydrogen to the water increases its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Structured water has a chemical formula of H3O2 which means it has three hydrogen atoms combined with two oxygen atoms.

Cameron-Leigh Henning

Cameron-Leigh Henning

Monday, October 31, 2022

Hydrogen water is normal water with hydrogen gas added to it. The chemical formula for hydrogen water is still H2O. On the other hand, structured water has a completely different water molecule structure. The chemical formula for structured water is H3O2, and the water molecules form a hexagonal cluster.





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