Connection between H2, pH value and redox potential | By Randy Sharpe (Producer of the H2-Blue-Kit drops)
Video: Hydrogen and activated water basic terms pH, redox potential, H2 ppm
The measurement of molecular hydrogen in hydrogen rich water (HRW) is often carried out using inadequate methods.
The educational video here explains the connection between pH value, redox potential (ORP) and the ppm value of dissolved hydrogen.
What is presented goes very deep into the subject matter, please also note the entire individual sections of the entire PDF, further down on this page.
Hydrogen & active water, pH, redox potential, H2 ppm
The individual book excerpts on the “relationship between hydrogen, pH value and redox potential”
- Legal – Imprint
- 3 Introduction
- 5 hydrogen water
- 6 The ORP measuring device
- 8 The negative ORP value
- 8 and the source of therapeutic benefit
- 9 ORP and voltage potential
- 11 Oxidation and Reduction
- 14 Redox potential and redox couple
- 16 The hydrogen redox couple
- 16 The pH value
- 19 The Nernst equation
- 22 How much dissolved H2 is needed to produce a negative ORP?
- 24 The relationship between the concentration of dissolved H2 and the ORP
- 26 The relationship between pH and ORP
- 28 Comparison of the influence of H2 and pH on ORP
- 29 Higher ORP negative values do not mean more dissolved H2
- 31 Why does pH have more influence on ORP than H2?
- 34 dissolved hydrogen meters
- 37 observations on deficiencies in redox technology
- 38 Other hydrogen-water devices and technologies
- 39 Measurement of dissolved hydrogen with a redox titration reagent
- 42 Is molecular hydrogen a “conventional antioxidant”?
- 43 Summary & Notes
- 44 About the author