Chemical formula of water
Electronic cloud with negative (blue) and positive (red) charge
The water molecule consists of 1 atom of oxygen (O) and 2 atoms of hydrogen (H+).
The diameter of a water molecule is 0,15 nm (= nanometer or 1 billionth of a meter!). 99 % of matter of the universe is composed of hydrogen!
The atom of oxygen is surrounded by 8 negatively charged electrons (negatively charged ion) and the 2 atoms of hydrogen are each surrounded by 1 electron (positively charged ion).
The electron is a much smaller particle (mass 1.830 times lesser) than the atom. Electrons are an interface between the matter (particles) and the energy (wave). The matter is composed of cells, made up of molecules which are bound together due to the billions of electronic connections per second. Beyond the electron, we enter the world of photons (particles of light), tachyons and cosmic radiation or ether (which is pure energy).
Electronic water is water filled with negatively charged electrons which provides photonic energy
The water molecule is dipolar it means that its ends are electrically charged, negative for oxygen and positive for hydrogen. The positive electronic charge is attracted by the negative one what allows the molecular connection or the hydrogen bond. This enables water to be structured and to bind with all the particles in the body = solubility of water.
This is useful to carry the nutrients towards the cells and to evacuate the waste or pollutants, via the urine. A water rich in electrons is positive for the organism!