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Yes. The formula of water does not change when it is hydrogenated, although the way the molecules are clustered does change. Normal water has clusters of 12 to 14 molecules of H2O. The hydrogen-rich water has smaller clusters, usually containing six molecules, giving rise to hexagonal water. Each group of six molecules of H2O traps a hydrogen molecule, through an ionic link, which carries it to our cells.

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