I'm new to the world of electronics and related equipment...
I'm looking to experiment with water's "exclusion zone" (see Dr. Gerald Pollack, Univ of WA). With the use of Nafion, microspheres and a stereo microscope, one can see water's exclusion zone form and degrade.
Initially my goal is to introduce microwave frequencies to small containers of water - the entire microwave range, if possible. I'm looking to "transmit" these microwave frequencies into the water container - propagating through the air - as opposed to placing electrodes directly in the water. I have the following questions:
1) What type of signal (frequency?) generator is best recommended?
2) How can I transmit these signals? Is some type of antenna and/or transmitter available?
3) Eventually, I'd like to explore the infrared and visible light spectrum, doing the same thing (transmitting these signals). Is this possible? If so, all in one signal generator, or a different component?
Thanks very much for any help.