In the 1940s, Dr. Kronenberg studied with such eminent scholars as Werner Heisenberg, Max Planck, et al, in the fields of physics, resonance, water structure, crystallography, and magnetics.
In the 1950s, he and two colleagues developed for the U.S. Air Force, at a magnet factory in Indiana, the ceramic permanent magnet, the type of magnet most widely used even today in the manufacture of physical water condtioners.
In the 1980s, using very high magnification and illumination under polarized light of water droplets dried on glass plates, he photographed and identified the microscopic conditioned (aragonite) form of the calcium carbonate crystal, now known as the "Kronenberg Platelet," and pioneered the industry standard for "Effectivity" testing of physical water conditioning systems. (See Kronenberg's "Experimental Evidence for the Effects of Magnetic Fields on Moving Water" as appeared in the 1984 Institute of Electric and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Conference transactions: IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol. Mag-21, No. 5, September 1985, pages 2059-2061.)
In the 1990s, he continues his research on the structure of water and the effects of physical conditioning (through a resonance phenomenon) on water, and he makes his knowledge and experience available to the entire water-conditioning industry on a consultant basis. He travels regularly to Germany to address the conventions of an association of physical water-conditioning manufacturers.
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