I am not proficient in either biology or chemistry. However, I have a question which I can't find answer to. It seems to belong somewhere between chemistry and biology. I apologize for any errors and inconsistencies in this post.
There is a page (https://allergytech.com/sharp_plasmacluster_ion.htm) which describes a process. During this process, positive and negative ions are released to the air. They are called clusters.
The clusters seek out and surround harmful airborne substances such as fungi, viruses, microbes, bacteria, plant and mold spores, dust mite debris, etc. At this point, a chemical reaction occurs, and the collision of hydrogen with oxygen ions creates groups of highly reactive OH radicals, called hydroxyl - Nature’s form of a Detergent.
A hydroxyl radical is very unstable. To stabilize itself, it robs the hydrogen from any harmful airborne particles it encounters. Doing so, the hydroxyl radical damages the harmful micro organisms and deactivates them.
Below is my question.
Suppose that a human breaths in those clusters as soon as they are released to the air. Is there a possibility that inside lungs, they will encounter something that will trigger similar reaction, and in effect hydroxyl will be created, too?