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Sub Molecular Interface Bonding : Complex Atomic Bond Formations, Book 6 of 7

By Kemp, Anthony, James

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Title: Sub Molecular Interface Bonding : Complex Atomic Bond Formations, Book 6 of 7  
Author: Kemp, Anthony, James
Volume: Book 6 of 7
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science, Sub Molecular Bonding
Collections: Education, Science Fiction Collection, Authors Community, Most Popular Books in China
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Publisher: Pepperday Publications
Member Page: Anthony Kemp


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A series of fully illustrated papers are about the subatomic world. Essentially about the energy found there and how this energy acts and reacts to form the very glue that holds the physical universe together. This is essentially an explanation of the mechanics of atomic formation, structure and linking. It looks at how sub atomic particles form strings rings and then atoms. How simple atoms use two dimensional carriers to form large atoms and the ways atoms bond together into molecules, the foundations of all matter. The papers have been split into Books primarily to keep the file sizes down to an acceptable level, this allows people with slow Internet access to easily download the files. It also means you can download just the parts you want to reference. There are seven Books in this primary series.

Part of a set of Books that look at how all matter was formed form the earliest movement in the dark matter to the creation galaxies . How atoms are created and how they form into stars and worlds. The forces around this creation and how gravity is formed from three of these forces.

Bonds formed by similar atoms tend to follow structural patterns where the atomic interface windows align with the atomic exit windows of each atom. This bonding will form a regular continuous pattern as the structure of the crystal is built up. By studying these crystalline patterns we can determine some of the positions of the atoms atomic windows. We will not be able to tell the size of these windows but give us a chance to work out the atomic interface angle.

Table of Contents
COMPLEX ATOMIC BOND FORMATIONS In this book - 1 Crystalline Formations - 2 Dissimilar Atomic Bonding - 3 Harmonics Bonding Range - 4 Split Harmonics - Split Ranges - 5 Special Bonding - Capture Bonding - Catalytic Bonding - 6 Bonding Decay - 7 Proximity


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