Algebraic Chemistry: Applications and Origins

Cynthia Whitney
The Journal Galilean Electrodynamics, Arlington, MA, USA

Series: Chemical Engineering Methods and Technology, Mathematics Research Developments

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Algebraic chemistry is based on numerical patterns observed in readily available data about ionization potentials of atoms, and on a physical model that interpolates and extrapolates from that data to situations for which data is not readily available, such as ionization potentials for atoms that are already ionized, or corresponding energy increments involved in adding, rather than subtracting, electrons. This Book presents an approach to chemistry that permits numerical evaluation of many chemical scenarios without use of much computation power. Everything here can be worked out with a hand calculator. The approach thus makes numerical analysis of scenarios in chemistry feasible for students, or up-coming researchers, or retirees, who work with minimal financial support. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

INTRODUCTION

PART I. CHEMISTRY AS NUMERICAL REGULARITIES

Prolog I

CHAPTER 1. Ionization Potentials of Atoms

CHAPTER 2. Ionization Potentials of Ions

CHAPTER 3. Ions and States of Matter

CHAPTER 4. Singular Elements

CHAPTER 5. Typical Molecules

CHAPTER 6. Important Reactions

CHAPTER 7. Catalysis of Chemical Reactions

CHAPTER 8. Electro-Chemistry in Power Generation

PART II. Chemistry as Quantum Mechanics

Prolog II

CHAPTER 9. Hydrogen as the Prototypical Atom

CHAPTER 10. General Charge Pairs

CHAPTER 11. Electron Rings snd Structures Thereof

CHAPTER 12. Explosions snd Explanations

PART III. QUANTUM MECHANICS AS ELECTRODYNAMICS

Prolog III

CHAPTER 13. Photons snd Maxwell’s Equations

CHAPTER 14. On the Invariance of Maxwell’s Equations

CONCLUSION

INDEX

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