Japanese scientists from the Tokyo University have invented a new material, which consists of water by 95 percent, Russian news agency Itar-Tass reports Thursday.Source: Japanese Scientists Invent ‘Elastic’ Water
A report on the work of the Japanese chemists has been published on Thursday in the latest issue of the Nature scientific magazine.
The report said it’s safe for humans and environment and could, therefore, be used in medicine in a long-term perspective.
The new material was obtained by adding about two grams of clay and a small quantity of appropriate organic matters into normal water.
The new aqua substance is elastic and transparent and looks very much like jelly.
Its characteristics make it possible to use it in medicine for sticking together tissues.
If its density is increased, the new material could be used for the production of ecologically clean plastic materials.