Strength of the Oxygen
Mr. Keshe demonstrates different strengths of the Oxygen with the counterpart within the illustration of H2O, CuO and ZnO.
Quoted; M T Keshe: YouTube Video Time 2:58:17 -- https://youtu.be/8OG1vWYT1Y0?t=10697
You have the higher strength oxygen you are carrying within the structure..
CuO and ZnO, both have Oxygen. But, the strength in the Oxygen in this (ZnO - http://en.kfwiki.org/wiki/ZnO_GANS), is much higher that the
strength of the Oxygen in this (CuO - http://en.kfwiki.org/wiki/CuO_GANS).
Then you have the Oxided Hydrogen (https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/hydrogen_oxide), which we call the Water.
The Energy of the oxygen here, to attach itself to Hydrogen (H2O - https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/H₂O) , is very very low, is very weak.
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