What is the difference between hydrogen-rich water and general drinking water?
Time of issue: 2022-07-08 14:05:35.413
What are the differences between the various drinking water we see on the market? Can everyone drink it? What is the difference between the popular hydrogen-rich water in the market and daily drinking water? Let's talk about the difference between the two in detail. Generally, drinking water mainly includes municipal tap water, bottled water and related bottled water, as well as water produced by water vending machines installed in communities and other places, which can be seen on the market. , Potable water (groundwater or surface water). Hydrogen-rich water is also a kind of drinking water, which is a kind of functional water. Hydrogen-rich water is a general term for hydrogen-rich water.
The difference in appearance:
Hydrogen-rich water and general drinking water can’t be distinguished very accurately from the appearance of the water body. Which one is hydrogen-rich water and which is general drinking water; but it is more convenient to distinguish from the packaging. Distinguish it. Due to the strong escape of hydrogen, hydrogen water is basically filled in glass bottles or aluminum bottles, while ordinary drinking water is generally filled in plastic bottles.
The difference in pH:
Hydrogen-rich water is weakly alkaline water with a PH value between 7.0 and 9.5. Ordinary drinking water is generally at 7.0 and is neutral. In some areas, due to different minerals in the water, it may be acidic, that is, the pH value. Below 6.4. Because this pH cannot be intuitively experienced, it is necessary to use test papers or pH test reagents to test and compare.
The difference of production method:
The way of producing hydrogen-rich water is generally electrolysis or pressurizing hydrogen into water to form hydrogen water. Electrolysis is performed on the filtered water. Generally, drinking water is filtered water (drawn from a river or drawn from a well) or mountain spring water, and does not undergo electrolysis. If it is just made hydrogen-rich water, put it in a transparent glass and observe carefully, you will find that there are many, many tiny bubbles inside, and these small bubbles are hydrogen.
The difference in hydrogen content:
The hydrogen concentration of hydrogen-rich water sold on the market is generally 800ppb~1600ppb, and the hydrogen content of general drinking water is basically zero. The level of hydrogen content can be detected with a professional hydrogen concentration pen. Of course, there are also hydrogen-rich waters in nature. For example, the news reports of Lourdes spring water in France, Nordenau spring water in Germany, Lafayette spring water in Mexico, and Nadana spring water in India are all water rich in active hydrogen.
The difference between negative potential:
The ORP of hydrogen-rich water is generally around -300MV~-500MV, which is slightly different from the water quality in different regions. Generally, the negative potential of drinking water is zero, which can be detected by a professional potential tester.
The difference between small molecule groups:
Hydrogen-rich water is a cluster of small molecules with strong penetrating power. It can be compared by doing several experiments with hydrogen-rich water and general drinking water, such as dissolving oil, making cold tea, washing fruits, etc. The color of tea brewed with hydrogen-rich water is more gorgeous and the tea soup color is better. When the edible oil is dissolved, the emulsification is more complete. Everyone can do their own experiments for comparison.