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Martin F. Chaplin

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Background Information

Employment History

Guest Editor

Bad Science

Chemistry Teacher

University of Malawi


South Bank University

Emeritus Professor

Royal Society of Chemistry

Chartered Chemist and Fellow



University of Birmingham


University of Birmingham , UK




The University of Birmingham , UK

Web References(122 Total References)

Icy claim that water has memory

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Martin Chaplin, South Bank University
US National Center for Homeopathy Martin Chaplin from London's South Bank University, an expert on water and hydrogen bonding, is not so sure. "Rey's rationale for water memory seems most unlikely," he says.


Martin Chaplin
has been professor of Applied Science at London South Bank University since 1992. Before then, he lectured at the Universities of Leeds, Ghana and Malawi. i He obtained his PhD in 1970 from The University of Birmingham, UK, on work concerned with the human gonadotrophins and is a chartered Chemist and Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. He is an Associate Editor and Editorial review board member for "Water: A multidisciplinary research journal" and on the editorial board of "Homeopathy". Professor Chaplin is author and webmaster of the comprehensive website on water "Water structure and science"

Martin Chaplin

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Martin ChaplinProfessor of Applied ScienceWater and Aqueous Systems ResearchOleinikova, A., Weingärtner, H., Chaplin, M., Diemann, E., Bögge, H. and Müller, A., (2007) Self-association based on glue type interfacial/confined highly structured water leads to {Mo154}~1165 super-clusters: A dielectric relaxation study,ChemPhysChem 8 646-649. Chaplin, M. F., (2006) Opinion: Do we underestimate the importance of water in cell biology?Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, 7 (11): 861-866 (2006). [Abstract] Chaplin, M. F., (2006) Information exchange within intracellular water, In, Water and the Cell, Ed.G.H.Chaplin, M. F., (2006) Water structuring at colloidal surfaces, In. Surface Chemistry in Biomedical and environmental Science , Ed.J.Blitz and V. Gun'ko, NATO Security Through Science Series, Springer pp 1-10. [Abstract] Chaplin, M. F., Water's hydrogen bond strength, In: Water of Life: Counterfactual Chemistry and Fine-Tuning in Biochemistry, ed.Chaplin, M. F., (2004) The structure of Plantago ovata arabinoxylan, Gums and Stabilisers for the Food Industry, P. A. Williams and G. O. Phillips (Ed.), Royal Society of Chemistry, 12 509-516 (also cited as: Special Publication- Royal Society of Chemistry 294 (2004) 509-516). [Abstract] Chaplin, M. F., (2004) Carbohydrate Analysis.Chaplin, M. F., (2003) Fibre and water binding.Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 62, 223-227. [Abstract] Edwards, S., Chaplin, M. F., Blackwood, A. D. and Dettmar, P. W. (2003) Primary structure of arabinoxylans of ispaghula husk and wheat bran, Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 62, 217-222. [Abstract] Chaplin, M. F., (2001) Water; its importance to life.Biochem.Mol.Biol.Educ. 29 (2), 54-59. [Abstract] Chaplin, M. F., (2000) A proposal for the structuring of water.Biophys.Chemist., 83 (3), 211-221. [Abstract] Blackwood, A. D., Salter, J, Dettmar, P. W. and Chaplin, M. F., (2000) Dietary fibre, physicochemical properties and their relationship to health.J.Royal Soc.Health, 120 (4), 242-247. [Abstract] Chaplin, M. F., Chaudhury, S., Dettmar, P. W., Sykes, J., Shaw, A. D. and Davies, G. J., (2000) Effect of ispaghula husk on the faecal output of bile acids in healthy volunteers.J.Steroid Biochem.Mol.Biol., 83 (5), 283-292. [Abstract] Manos, G., Dunne, L. J., Chaplin, M. F. and Du, Z., (2001) Comparative study of Monte Carlo simulations and exact statistical mechanical lattice model of commensurate transitions of alkanes adsorbed in zeolites.Du, Z. M., Dunne, L. J., Manos, G. J. N. and Chaplin, M. F., (2000) Exact statistical mechanical treatment of benzene adsorption in a zeolite twin-pore one-dimensional lattice model.Chem.Phys.Lett., 318, 319-324. [Abstract] Chaplin, M. F., (2000) Carbohydrate Analysis: Introduction.Blackwood, A. D. and Chaplin, M. F., (2000) Disaccharide, Oligosaccharide and Polysaccharide Analysis.Cook, A. L., Chaplin, M. F., Davies, J.G. and Dettmar, P. W. (1999) Relationship between gender, non-starch polysaccharide and bowel function in healthy adults.Gut, 45 (V), A134. Poltorak, O. M., Chukhrai, E. S., Kozlenkov, A. A., Chaplin, M. F., and Trevan, M. D., (1999) The putative common mechanism for inactivation of alkaline phosphatase isoenzymes.J.Mol.Catalysis B-Enz., 7 (1-4), 157-163. [Abstract] Poltorak, O. M., Chukhray, E. S., Torshin, I. Y., Atyaksheva, L. F., Trevan, M. D., and Chaplin, M. F., (1999) Catalytic properties, stability and the structure of the conformational lock in the alkaline phosphatase from Escherichia coli.J.Mol.Catalysis B-Enz., 7 (1-4), 165-172. [Abstract] Du, Z. M., Dunne, L. J., Chaplin, M. F. and Manos, G. J. N. (1999) Comparative study of mean-field theory and Monte Carlo simulation of supercritical methane adsorption in zeolites.Chem.Phys.Lett., 307 (5-6), 413-418. [Abstract] Chaudhury, S. and Chaplin, M. F. (1999) Determination of bile acids in human faecal samples using supercritical fluid extraction and high-performance liquid chromatography J. Chromatogr.B, 726 (1-2), 71-78. [Abstract] Chaplin, M. F. (1999) Structure-activity relationships in complex carbohydrates.In; The right fibre for the right disease, Ed.M.Hill.Int.Congress Symp.Ser.256, Royal Society of Medicine Press, 11-16. [Abstract] Cook, A. L., Chaplin, M. F., Davies, G. J. and Dettmar, P. W., (1999) Effects of alcohol consumption on bowel function.Gut, 44 (S1), p.TH528. Foster, L. H., Chaplin, M. F. and Sumar, S. (1998) The effect of heat treatment on intrinsic and fortified selenium levels in cow's milk.Food Chem., 62 (1), 21-25. [Abstract] Cook, A. L., Chaplin, M. F., Davies, G. J. and Dettmar, P. W. (1998) The effect of gender on faecal bile acid excretion.Gastroenterology, 114 (4), L0100. Chaplin, M. F., Davies, G. J., Shaw, A. D., Chaudhury, S. and Dettmar, P. W. (1998) Bile acids and diarrhoea associated with the menstrual cycle.Gastroenterology, 114 (4), L0099. Chaplin, M. F., (1998) Bile acids, fibre and colon cancer: the story unfolds.J.Royal Soc.Health., 118 (1), 53-61. [Abstract] This page was last updated by Martin Chaplinon 24 August, 2007

Testimonials - Triple Red

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Regarding our recent phone call I am just putting into words what a really good job Martin and Steve did today putting in our new low oxygen incubator.
Professor Martin Chaplin, London's South Bank University

The Story of Water & The Spiritual Life of Water

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Its themes include: Mae-Wan Ho's research into the long-range order or coherence of water & Martin Chaplin's on the importance of biological cell water and its two states; Viktor Schauberger's discovery of the importance of vortexical movement of water; Theodor Schwenk's evidence for how water conveys cosmic patterns to life forms; Jacques Beneviste's evidence for memory in water; Cleve Backster's research into biocommunication, and Masaru Emoto's for its sensitivity to the emotions, music and pollution.

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