Super Activated Oxygen is one of three known structural forms of oxygen. The first form is ordinary oxygen with contains 2 atoms per molecule (O2). The second form is ozone which contains 3 atoms per molecule (O3). The third form is Super Activated Oxygen which contains four atoms per molecule. (O4).
Oxygen (O2) exists in air in a diatomic state (2 atoms per molecule)
A silent electrical discharge strikes the Oxygen(O2) molecules and splits them into single atoms (O), (O), etc.
The free Oxygen atoms (O) now with a new volume of energy have an affinity above their past existence. This “extra” energy causes the Oxygen atoms to join in an unusual marriage when 4 or more atoms combine to form a much greater energy level. These atoms are held together by a chemical phenomenon known as “resonance”. Super Activated Oxygen is more unstable and a much higher oxidizer than Oxygen. The molecule is held together by a spinning atom (spin resonance) which is able to hold all four “active” atoms.
Thus, Super Activated Oxygen becomes a high-powered SUPER-CHARGED, but short lived oxidizing molecule.
Super Activated Oxygen attacks undesirable molecules (bacteria, molds, aromatic chemicals, organic and inorganic, etc..) thereby changing its chemical and physical properties, leaving only Oxygen (O2) as a by-product.
Super Activated Oxygen in the Natural Air is produced by a process that avoids the production of Oxides of Nitrogen and the only residual effect after oxidation is the oxidized substance and Oxygen.