(1) : See : http://eternal-cartesian.blogspot.com/2009/09/god-and-elements-which-compose-it.html
(2) : See : http://eternal-cartesian.blogspot.com/2009/09/7.html
(3) : It should not be possible to consider some bonds in cycles or half-cycles between an atom and an intermediate particle because the difference of their sizes and possibly of their structures should not permit it.
Following this model in order to explain the exothermic reactions, we can consider that if the entering flow, reinforced by a bond, dissociates the aggregate, this can provoke an emission of warmth (1), as for example between two atoms with the leaving flows having some too much different intensities ; also the weak bonds should be explained out of some distant and not much favored correspondences, what could as well be applied for the formation of the double and triple bonds which are generally less strong (because of the bond(s) in addition to the single one which define(s) the type of the whole bond), while justifying the stability of the benzenic cycle by an almost equivalent length between the principal bond and the one which forms the fact to be doubly linked up, according to the closer distance given by the cycle; on the top of that the weaker bonds could in a molecular chain change the reactivity of the atoms being still able to associate themselves, knowing that these bonds could even not form a real cycle of bond but just influence the flows relatively to their orientation and to the development of their partially absorbable outflow. As well it is possible to explain oxidation and reduction following those principles, by considering that they should stem from the change of the structure of the aggregate which is round the nucleus of an atom (the result can be considered as a kind of atom). Lastly for electrolysis considering that there is a flow between both electrodes that the anode and cathode are, it should stem from it that the flow should dissociate at its leaving electrode, so the cathode, some molecules of which the atoms the least attracted by the electrolytic flow should join themselves according to the conditions given by this flow, and the others taken with the flow by solidarity with their leaving flows and correspondence with the entering ones should be forced to react at the other electrode out of the impossibility to follow farther the current; considering the fact that after the disunion of the molecules the electrolytic flow should be saturated by some atoms, what should stop its power of disunion.
(1): See : http://eternal-cartesian.blogspot.com/2009/09/warmth.html
A bit of history of chemistry in order to reassure about my model of atom relatively to ions:
1800: discovery of electrolysis by Anthony Carlisle and William Nicholson
1888: industrial electrolysis with the Hall-Héroult process
1897: experimental discovery of electron by Joseph John ThomsonThus it appears that electron, carrier of the elementary negative charge, has been discovered experimentally after electrolysis (proton coming later), and that electrolysis was already used industrially without the appearance of charged particles in the patents. But the word “ion” can be kept, if it can refer to the attraction to electrodes and not refer to a charge.
Update 21/03/12: Nonetheless I use electron but not according to its charge.
Update 29/03/12: A new experimental fact sustains very well my theory of atom, this is an atomic resolution transmission electron microscopy of a glass; and it is possible to observe some links between some atoms (for my theory these links are done according to the principle of excess and lack : osmosis, …). There is more about it following these 2 links: