Tuesday, July 30, 2013

The chemical bond.....way more evidence about flatland!

Take a look at this figure!

This is the laplacian of the electron density of urea molecule. The lone pair over the nitrogen is composed of two toruses. They semifused "over" the nitrogen and separate around the harboring atom. The "sigma bond" between the nitrogen and the protons are two deformed spheres. The core of the nitrogen atom is an helium atom and it is an sphere into another sphere. This core is observed in the carbon and oxygen atoms as well. The double bond between the carbon and the oxygen is again two distorted spheres. One of the sphere is completely around the oxygen atom. The other sphere smashed against the carbon atom. The extra electrons of the oxygen form an sphere in a sphere structure over the oxygen atom. They are slightly fused with the lone pair on the nitrogen.

I got the following conclusions from this very shot:

1) just like the deuteron, the electron shows the same shapes
2) the electron occupy a larger space than the deuteron
3) the chemical bond is the mass fusion of valence electrons

I looked to all the molecules I could. This structures are in all of them. I plot the normalized area of the bond against the bond energy. I got the straightest line and experimentalist can get. You can take a look at that in this paper: http://vixra.org/pdf/1011.0060v1.pdf

1) the shorter the normalized bond area, the larger its energy.

2) the normalization number is the number of electrons involved in the bond.

I got the first model independent count of electrons in a molecule!

No assumption, no guesses, no high tech computer software!