Stochastic Electrical Behavior of Splina Liquid Chlorophyll Drink

Teuma Mbezi, Ambang Zachee, Conrad B. Tabi, H. P. Ekobena Fouda, T. C. Kofané

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Abstract

Objective: Our purpose is to study the stochastic electrical behavior of Splina liquid chlorophyll by using the T. E.-model and to compare it with the natural one. Methods/Statistical Analysis: The technic and method employed consisted of modeling the chlorophyll as an electrical circuit, to make a statistical analysis of the extra chlorophyll space resistance process of Splina solution in light and in darkness by evaluating, the statistical average and statistical autocorrelation function, and make a temporal analysis by evaluating, the temporal average and temporal autocorrelation function. Findings: It comes out from our study that, for a suitable lighting angle, and repartition of Splina solution component, after adding of purified water, RO-EDI (Reverse Osomosis-Electrode Ionization) water and sodium copper chlorophyll in to the natural chlorophyll, the electric behavior of Splina chlorophyll solution is like the natural one. For the three different disposition of liquid chlorophyll glass, the Spectral Density of Power (DSP) of the extra-chlorophyll space resistance process R(ω,t) when the splina solution is under light is up to the DSP of the signal when the splina solution is under darkness for the whole value of the reduced normalized frequency; the process is non-statistics in the broad sense (SSL) and non ergotic. The resemblance of the flow charge with him for different value of the shift parameter is high in light than in darkness. Application/Improvements: This study provided an additional tool to verify if after the addition of new substances, that the photoelectric, statistical and temporal behavior of the resulting product is identical to that of the initial natural one.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-14
Number of pages14
JournalIndian Journal of Science and Technology
Volume11
Issue number12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 1 2018

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