How is Activated Oxygen generated?
Ground state oxygen refers to the oxygen in an ambient environment, such as room air. In brief, ‘Activated Oxygen science’ is the process by which normal ground state oxygen is activated or energised to become therapeutic activated oxygen. Ground state Oxygen is in its lowest energy state, meaning it is the least reactive of all forms of Oxygen. At an atomic level, ambient air (ground state) Oxygen contains single, unpaired electrons in the outer electron shell.
Inside the Activated Oxygen Therapy device:
The Vital Air / Airnergy / Kinetic Oxygen device pulls room air into the activation chamber, through a clinical grade air filter. Within the machine, this room air passes over a photosensitive catalyst (the patented technology) and, due to LEDs within the chamber, specific frequencies of light strike the air mixture.
This process causes a spin inversion of the outer electrons of the ground state Oxygen, which converts the Oxygen molecules into Singlet Oxygen. Singlet oxygen is a much more reactive state of oxygen, in which the outer electrons are paired. Because of this, it is said to exist at a much ‘higher state of energy’.
Singlet Oxygen is extremely reactive. Therefore, within a fraction of a second, the Singlet Oxygen reverts to Ground State again. (i.e. No Singlet Oxygen leaves the machine. This is important for health.)
The reversion to Ground State Oxygen causes a release of specific energy into the filtered air mixture. This energy is in the form of Light Energy, of a Near Infra Red wavelength. Pure water, in the ‘bubbling bottle’, then humidifies the energised air mixture. Following humidification, the user inhales the activated air through a simple nasal cannula or comfortable face mask.