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What are free radicals?

Free radicals are unstable atoms stimulated by the environment.

1.Air Pollution
2.Radiation
3.Smoking
4.Uv Light
5.Microorgamism

Various factors make stable substances into free radicals.

What are free radicals?

Normal substances

Stable state ex: O2,H2O

Free radicals

Unstable state ex:O2-.,HO

Various types of free radicals
Various types of free radicals
The free radicals from air pollution (PM2.5)
PM2.5 is the suspended particles with a diameter smaller than 2.5 micrometers. Dust, mites, and other small particles can all belong to PM2.5. The toxicity of PM2.5 mainly attributes to the attached substances, such as bacteria, heavy metals, dioxin, and other organic matters.
The free radicals from air pollution (PM2.5)
Free radicals produced by microorganisms
Free radicals produced by microorganisms
Why is free radicals generated by microorganisms: survival and competition.
Survival: resisting environmental toxins, such as pollutants, antibiotics, and fungicides.
Competition: competing with other bacteria and algae for living spaces.
Free radical properties

Free radicals are very active and easily react with substances in the environment.

The substances in the environment will continue to generate free radicals due to various stimuli, and at the same time, they will continue to neutralize and eventually reach the stage of "dynamic balance". Finally, the ambient free radical concentration is maintained at a certain value.

Dynamic Balance of Free Radicals

The reaction of free radicals is "chain-like", and when it is not neutralized with another free radical, it can continuously react and decompose substances.

Free Radicals Chain Reaction

Free radicals will cause harm?

Numerous scientific journals have reported that free radicals can harm the organism's immune and genetic systems. Therefore, the damage caused by free radicals has four characteristics:
First, the indefinite etiology (indefinitely):Owing to the damage to immune system, the causes to the death of aquaculture are hard to be identified.
Second,hereditary (hereditary):DNA damage & gene mutation, which leads to the fragile & feebler spawns.
Third,degenerative:Indirect injury results in the delay of the death which is observed after the rain.
Fourth,the irrrparable (irrrparable):Hereditary and immune cells are hard to repair once damaged. That is, recurring of diseases happens easily after injury.

Detection of free radicals

Many instruments and methods can detect free radicals. Shengquan Company uses natural fluorescent substances to react with free radicals to enhance fluorescence, and it helps to judge the amount of free radicals based on the fluorescence intensity.

The advantage of this method is that it has high specificity and is relatively unaffected by the external environment. At the same time, the intensity of free radicals can be easily distinguished with the naked eye without tedious processes or expensive equipment.

No fluorescent reaction.
No fluorescent reaction.
With Fluorescence reaction.
With Fluorescence reaction.
Free Radical Detector (FR DETECTOR) can help
1. Understand the current water quality of the aquaculture pond.
2. Determine the appropriate treatment (Is the source of replacement water clean? Is the animal protection product suitable?)
3. Measure the dosage of animal health products (free radicals will rise when they are excessive)
4. Help water quality decisions
Free radical detector (FR DETECTOR) is the leading indicator of water quality

The vegetable antidote, UNDINE (Free Radicals Scavenger)

The vegetable antidote, UNDINE is to reduce the environmental free radicals by slowly releasing free radicals.

Botanical
UNDINE is extracted from plants and has better biocompatibility.
UNDINE is a free radical sustained release agent. It has photocatalytic properties and is composed of plant extracts with better biocompatibility.
Slow release
UNDINE slowly releases free radicals and is harmless to environmental organisms.
UNDINE decomposes by light, while slowly generating free radicals, which can decompose harmful substances in the environment or neutralize excessive free radicals in the environment.
Neutrality
Neutralizes pollution and microbes to release toxins rather than destroy pathogenic microorganisms.
Increased free radical concentration is used to decompose and remove harmful substances: when the concentration of free radicals is lowered, the organism can grow healthily in a less stimulating environment.