Diffusion via Kinetic Energy
Molecular Motion in the COLD (low kinetic energy)
Dye (room temperature) dropped into cold water
Molecular Motion in the HOT (lhigh kinetic energy)
Dye (room temperature) dropped into hot water
"Atomic air" technology, uses kinetic energy and high molecular collision rations to maximise the diffusion effect.
As demonstrated in the video molecules mix in a more uniform manner when the supply and ambient molecules are at different temperatures and have the ability to move freely, expanding or contracting in their container.
"Atomic Air" replicates these circumstances to affect the room condition in the same way, in affect reducing the resistance on each molecule and letting it increase velocity and its subsequent collision ratio to create diffusion and a perfectly mixed environment, creating perfect uniformity of the atmosphere within the space.