The World of Atom (Part II)

ReferenceA Logical Approach to Theoretical Physics

Part I of this series introduced many new concepts including new models for light and atom. We now look into the effects of these concepts on existing ideas in physics.  

THE WORLD OF ATOM by Boorse

PART II – THE FOUNDATIONS OF ATOMIC CHEMISTRY

Chapter 10: The Birth of Atomic Theory (John Dalton 1766 – 1844)
Atoms of the same element are alike but atoms of different elements are different. Atoms of different elements combine in certain definite ratios.

Chapter 11: The Volume Combination of Gases (Gay-Lussac 1778 – 1850)
Point particles are surrounded by a volume of “heat”. Gases enter into chemical reactions in numerically simple volume ratios, same as the particles.

Chapter 12: Atoms and Molecules – Avogadro’s Law (Avogadro 1776 – 1856)
The volume around the point particle is the same regardless of the mass of the particle. Same number of particles have the same volume and pressure, which implies that, on average, velocity of particles is inversely proportional to their mass.

Chapter 13: The Search for Primordial Material – Prout (1785 – 1850)
All elements are formed out of some primordial substance.  

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POSTULATE:
The primordial substance appears as thought at the lowest frequencies, energy at the medium frequencies, and mass at the highest frequencies.

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