Trivedi Effect on Vanadium Pentoxide

Vanadium pentoxide is a fascinating inorganic compound. The chemical formula of this compound is V₂O₅. The powder of vanadium pentoxide is yellow/brown, but when mixed with water it turns to deep orange. This strange, yet interesting compound has a high oxidation rate and is both an oxidizing agent as well as an amphoteric agent. This compound is extremely rare and is found among fumaroles. When this compound is heated, it reversibly loses oxygen rather than gaining it and becomes V2O4, V2O3, VO, and metallic vanadium. This is generally used in sulfuric acid production and ferrovanadium production.

So, as expected, when a fascinating compound like vanadium pentoxide is introduced to Guruji Mahendra Trivedi’s biofield energy, magnificent results ensue. In this science experiment, scientists wanted to test, measure and validate the Trivedi Effect and its impact on vanadium pentoxide powder. This powder was divided into two groups: control and biofield treated. After the biofield energy was infused by Mr. Trivedi into the treated group, both the control and the energy treated powder were compared to see any changes. The observed alterations in the biofield energy treated group and the control group was monumental. The treated sample’s average particle size gradually, and continuously decreased with each passing day. At day 110, the particle size was reduced by up to 15.9%! This implies that there was a severe fracture at the agglomerate/crystallite boundaries. Surprisingly, the BET surface area analysis technology showed a surprising decrease of 7.22% at 109 days. This is significant because surface area is supposed to increase as the particle size decreases. In this case, just the opposite happened. This suggests that there was some type of surface densification, removal of sharp surface corners, or formation of large particles in the energy treated sample. When the treated and control samples were compared through SEM photographs after 20 days, the energy treated sample showed an increase in size, as well as rounded corners. There were decreases in the crystallite size, molecular weight, lattice parameter and unit cell volume with an increase in density. After 124 days, these exact opposite happened. After 57 days it was discovered that the element’s melting temperature increased by 9.9%. This indicates that the vanadium pentoxide was in a higher energy state, because it required more energy to melt it. The decrease of molecular weight is a sign that Guruji’s biofield energy converted mass into energy.

After being exposed to Guruji Mahendra Trivedi’s energy transmissions, the scientists inferred that the catalytic nature of vanadium pentoxide can be controlled through biofield energy. These miraculous results are beyond imagination. Through over 4,000 science experiments and nearly 200 peer-reviewed science publications that have been adopted by top-tier and ivy-league universities all over the world, as well as the National Institutes of Health, it is clear that there is no other spiritual leader in the world who has contributed so much to science. However, it is evident that Guruji Mahendra Trivedi has much more to offer.

To read more about this experiment, you can view the peer-reviewed science publication titled “Effect of bio field treatment on the physical and thermal characteristics of vanadium pentoxide powders” published in the Journal of Material Science and Engineering:

2 thoughts on “Trivedi Effect on Vanadium Pentoxide

  1. Oni Mishra

    The findings are great and inspiring us to see the other ways to make the existing materials more useful by changing its properties.

  2. Cerena Ramsay

    “Guruji’s biofield energy converted mass into energy.” this is really interesting. Visiting the provided link to read the full research and to know more about the Trivedi Effect.


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