Titanium electrode in Ionization Alkaline process

Hello Oleg,

My name Michael. I am interesting in Titanium electrode in Ionization Alkaline process. What do you think about this and different kind of metal for electrodes.

I will be waiting for your reply

Thank you, Michael

Dear Michael,

Thank you very much for your letter and your interest in our site-page.

As far as I know the ionized water is the product of mild electrolysis which takes place in the ionized water unit. So ionized water is treated tap water that has not only been filtered, but has also been reformed in that it provides reduced water with a large mass of electrons that can be donated to active oxygen in the body to block the oxidation of normal cells.

It is a well known fact that normal tap water with a pH of 7 is approximately neutral on the pH scale of 0 to 14. When measured with an oxidation potential meter its redox potential is approximately +400 to +500 mV. Because it has a positive redox potential, it is apt to acquire electrons and oxidize other molecules. Reduced Ionized Water, in contrast to the ordinary water, has a negative redox potential of approximately -250 to -350 mV. This means it has a large mass of electrons ready to donate to electron active oxygen.

The Ionized Water unit, slightly taller and thicker than a large dictionary on end, is an electrical appliance connected to your kitchen water supply to perform electrolysis on tap water before you drink it or use it in the kitchen for cooking or cleaning.

The scheme of water-ionizer (the picture was taken from site-page www.ionizers.org/water.html)

While the ionizer is working cations, positive ions, gather at the negative electrodes to create cathodic water (reduced water). Anions, negatively charged ions, gather at the positive electrode to make anodic water (oxidized water).


They say, that through electrolysis, reduced water not only gains an excess amount of electrons (e-), but the cluster of H2O seem to be reduced in size from about 10 to 13 molecules per cluster to 5 to 6 molecules per cluster the picture was taken from site-page www.ionizers.org/water.html.

After electrolysis of the water inside the Ionized Water unit, reduced water comes out of the cathodic side and oxidized water comes out of the anodic side. When tap water is electrolyzed into Ionized Water, its reduced water has a pH of about 9 and the oxidized water a pH of about 4. Even if you make alkaline water of pH 9 by adding sodium hydroxide or make acidic water of pH 3 by adding hydrogen chloride, you will find very little change in the ORP values of the two waters. On the other hand, when you divide tap water with electrolysis you can see the ORP fluctuate by as much as +1,000 mV. Thus by electrolysis they can obtain reduced water with negative potential that is good for drinking.

Sincerely yours,

Dr. Oleg V. Mosin