flow force H2O types: 2 hand rule

flow force
By Henryk Szubinski
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2 hand rule: the value away from the left hand will always = the right side as closer to the reelativity of H2O as relates to H2O flow
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.and What particle will cause a freeze of H2O (f): a new theory on H2O (s) as a prismatise or solidifications of a prism nature by a particle in relation to the H2O state solid ice formations of H2O fluid based volumes
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tubular reality

trying to define what partice would be active in the resultance of
solid elements 3 electron orbitals by 33 % combustion

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THE BASICS OF USING A SPECIFIC PARTICLE AS EMITTED THROUGH A H2O (f) basis in the tubular section to locate the t amount in extended periods of freezing the H2O (f) inside the tube
as the theory work on dark matter and cold matter
the specifics of such a particle as transmitted through the H2O (f) will have solid based relations with the 3 levels of electron orbitals as well as being the reductions of a burn by 1/3 of the time of ist displacement in one second

SOME SEARCH SECTIONS ON

solid elements 3 electron orbitals by 33 % combustion.
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A reaction with oxygen takes place at the surface of the solid (or … The odour of combustion of this form has a characteristic garlic smell, … 32P has a half-life of 14.262 days and 33P has a half-life of 25.34 days. … In the bonding the six octahedral sp3d2 hybrid atomic orbitals play an important role. …

Combustion: 2C2H6 + 7O2(g) \rightarrow 4CO2(g) + 6H2O(g) … 12) Execeptions for Electron Configuration of Elements …. Mixing of valence electrons throughout many orbitals; sp, sp2, sp3, sp3d, sp3d2. Subject; Overview … Fusion – Liquid changing into a solid. Sublimation – Solid changing into a gas.

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Oxygen is a chemical element with the chemical symbol O and atomic number 8. … oxygen) with two unpaired electrons in molecular orbitals of the O2 molecule. … Liquid and solid O3 (ozone) have a deeper blue color than ordinary oxygen, …. Highly concentrated sources of oxygen promote rapid combustion and ..

Matter can exist as either a solid, liquid, or a gas and can change among these three … 3. ELEMENTS – There are four major parts to learning chemistry basics. … Law of definite proportions – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia …… This can display any atomic or molecular orbital. Lots of options, including …

31 Jul 2007 … The electron configuration of the molecule has two unpaired electrons … Liquid and solid O3 (ozone) have a deeper blue color than … Scheele called the gas ‘fire air’ because it was the only known supporter of combustion. … About three quarters of the free element is being produced by algae and .

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What element has 3 electrons?
Lithium

And what is its symbol also?
Li

BASICALLY I LOCATED THE BASICS OF A 1/3 BURN IN OZONE AND ITS 2 VARIANCES OF OZONIDE AND MOLOZENIDE AND TRIOXLINE
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Li + Ozonide ——1/3 s.h————–>molozonide + trioxline + 1/3 x

so what is the 1/3 x particle:

1/3 Li + 1/3 Ozonide ——1/3 s.h————–>1/3 molozonide + 1/3 trioxline + 1/3 x
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It would be a buffer due to the fase in of 1/3 s.h and fase out by 1/3 s.h as a type buffer

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THE RESULTANCE WAS THAT THE PARTICLE WORKS ON THE 1/3 S.H BURN SO THAT TO LOCATE IT
SOME BASIC SEARCHES INTO BUFFERS DEFINES ITS FUNCTION AS OVER THE S.H VALUE
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A buffer solution is an aqueous solution consisting of a mixture of a weak acid and its conjugate base or a weak base and its conjugate acid. It has the property that the pH of the solution changes very little when a small amount of strong acid or base is added to it. Buffer solutions are used as a means of keeping pH at a nearly constant value in a wide variety of chemical applications. Many life forms thrive only in a relatively small pH range; an example of a buffer solution is blood.

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THE BUFFER SEARCH GAVE SOME DATA ON THE:
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Acid dissociation constant

The acid dissociation constant for a weak acid, HA, is defined as

Simple manipulation with logarithms gives the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation, which describes pH in terms of pKa

In this equation [A−] is the concentration of the conjugate base and [HA] is the concentration of the acid. It follows that when the concentrations of acid and conjugate base are equal, often described as half-neutralization, pH=pKa. In general, the pH of a buffer solution may be easily calculated, knowing the composition of the mixture, by means of an ICE table.
The calculated pH may be different from measured pH. Glass electrodes found in common pH meters respond not to the concentration of hydrogen ions ([H+]), but to their activity, which depends on several factors, primarily on the ionic strength of the media. For example, calculation of pH of phosphate-buffered saline would give the value of 7.96, whereas the actual pH is 7.4.
The same considerations apply to a mixture of a weak base, B and its conjugate acid BH+.
B + H2O BH+ + OH-.
The pKa value to be used is that of the acid conjugate to the base.
In general a buffer solution may be made up of more than one weak acid and its conjugate base; if the individual buffer regions overlap a wider buffer region is created by mixing the two buffering agents.
Buffer solutions are necessary to keep the correct pH for enzymes in many organisms to work. Many enzymes work only under very precise conditions; if the pH strays too far out of the margin, the enzymes slow or stop working and can denature, thus permanently disabling their catalytic activity.[1] A buffer of carbonic acid (H2CO3) and bicarbonate (HCO3−) is present in blood plasma, to maintain a pH between 7.35 and 7.45.
Industrially, buffer solutions are used in fermentation processes and in setting the correct conditions for dyes used in colouring fabrics. They are also used in chemical analysis[2] and calibration of pH meters.
The majority of biological samples that are used in research are made in buffers, especially phosphate buffered saline (PBS) at pH 7.4.

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THE BASIS OF OZONE THAT WAS USED PREVIOUSLY WAS AS FOLLOWS
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Inorganic ozonides[1] are dark red ionic compounds containing the reactive O3− anion. The anion has the V shape of the ozone molecule.
Inorganic ozonides are formed by burning potassium or heavier alkali metals in ozone, or by treating the alkali metal hydroxide with ozone; if potassium is left undisturbed in air for years it accumulates a covering of superoxide and ozonide.

the usage of superroxide in the burn of a spaceship as related to ozone holes in every exo planetary format make up would theoretically act as a freeze down of the parameter in relations to the attract of a type super engine for spaceships that could use the interval stage of H2O (s) into H2O (f) as its displacement motivations as the dynamics of H2O on a larger level of the universe and how H2O solidifies by increased volume by a spaceship involvance in the sensitive interactions over thousands of light years
as well as answers to the cosmological constant in function.
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as such a spaceship using the burn by combustions that have to be handled at low temperatures in an atmosphere consisting of an inert gas. Lithium and sodium ozonide are extremely unstable and must be prepared by low-temperature ion exchange starting from CsO3. Sodium ozonide, NaO3, which is prone to decompose into NaOH and NaO2, was previously thought to be impossible to obtain in pure form.[2] However, with the help of cryptands and methylamine, pure NaO3 may be obtained as red crystals isostructural to NaNO2.[3]
Inorganic ozonides are being investigated as promising sources of oxygen in chemical oxygen generators.

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