Exploring the Effects of Potentization by Electron Microscopy, Raman Spectroscopy and AI Algorithms

Potentization is a process of successive dilutions and vigorous succussions of a substance or initial tincture. Transmission electron microscopy is adopted for the investigation of potentized ethanol- and water-based solutions of gold and reveals nanoparticles and various assemblies formed in accordance with the level of potentization. Raman spectroscopy is further applied in combination with artificial intelligence algorithms for the analysis of potentized purified water, unpurified water, and purified water-based gold solutions. The proposed methodology is promising and sound in distinguishing potentized and non-potentized spectra or spectra obtained at different levels of potentization.


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