Monday, September 28, 2009

Article 3 first part

In order to define the chemical reactions following the system described in the previous posts it is possible to consider that the equilibrium between the malleable particles(1) gives the luminous flows, that the one between the particles of the two first secondary elements gives some flows as warmth, and electricity; that the equilibrium between those particles in a high density gives atoms; after that the resistances of the equilibriums (without considering how they are) between some different atoms permit their unions, where the preference of the bond is done relatively to the intensity of the resistance which produces the union, intensity which is possible to estimate (in some similar conditions); without forgetting that some weak interactions can occur in addition of the strong ones as the hydrogenated bonds between the molecules of water. About disunion it is caused according to the presence of the particles of the two first secondary elements which out of concentration can form a compensatory resistance, according to some other actions which put some space between two atoms, and according to the ages of atoms implying the dissipation of the equilibrium which is forming them; these principles being able to be induced to the actions between molecules, so between the chains of atoms. Thus it seems possible to be able to explain and symbolize the quantities of energy used during a reaction.

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