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February 2nd, 2006
Nanotech Wonder Water?
Derek Lowe: But not just any water ... Neowater! (Trademarked, natch). This is "a stable system of highly hydrated, inert nanoparticles," which supposedly have thousands of ordered hydration shells around them. This, the company says, modifies the bulk properties of the water.
And is everyone else's crank radar pinging as loudly as mine is? But I'd like to turn this one over to the readers: have any of you seen this stuff? Know anyone who uses it?
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