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Harmonic Chemistry

Harmonic Chemistry

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Harmonic Chemistry
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Harmonic Chemistry
Harmonic Chemistry uses music theory to map the first 81 stable elements of the periodic table. The model can be explained using an ordinary musical keyboard as a template. It can easily explain the reasons for the anomalies in the electron cloud that defy the Aufbau principle. and why element 43 and 61 should be non-stable atoms. The theory covers fields in optics, electromagnetic waves. Through its understanding of the connection to music and geometry, Harmonic chemistry can be extended to cover aspects of molecular geometry, showing a sticking similarity through the two disciplines expressed through two different medums.
Music and the Elements
The periodic table forms that foundation all all chemical studies. By understanding its relationship to music, we are able to discovery the beauty of its nature through fun musical experiences. All music is derived through the division of a string into 2 or 3. In the former, this generates the circle of 4ths and in the latter the circle of 5th. These go on to cycle through a series of note that form various scales in music. From this we derived and 8 note scale

The radius of neon (the first octahedral noble gas), is around 154pm (pico-meters). If we double we can find the diameter of the atom measures around  308pm. When divided into 3 the result is just over 100. Is we ascribe this to the diameter of each whole circle found in the flower of Life we have defined the radius of Neon Gas. As these measurements of atomic radius are only accurate to within 5pm, we can suggest that the Flower of Life maps the diameter of the first octahedral noble Gas, Neon.

the Flower of Life maps the diameter of the first octahedral noble Gas, Neon. Click To Tweet

We can expand this concept to accomadate for the radius of the next octahedral noble gas, argon (18). This time we extend the flower of Life to its next stage, the Fruit of Life. The pattern emerges out of 61 interlocking circles. The image now measures 5 spheres across. Argon has a radius of about 188pm and so a diameter of about 376pm. When we divide the diameter by 5, we get the result of roughly 75. Each sphere on the Fruit of Life can be ascribed the value of 0.75, to define the diameter of Argon gas. Notice the there is a contraction from the Fruit to the Flower of a forth. Note that after this the first set of D-orbital are formed.

The subsequent noble gas Krypton can also be mapped to these mandala. With a radius of 202pm, the atom has a diameter of around 404pm. by ascribing the value of 100 to each sphere we can also find the radius embedded in the Fruit of Life. The final stable noble gas Xenon (54). With a radius of 216pm, so a diameter of 432 pm, can be divided into 3. Mapped to the Flower of Life gives a diameter of of 144 for each circle.

Not only does the Flower of Life tapestry provide a 2D template for all Octahedral Noble gases, we can even use it to map the size of each atom.

We would say that it is the internal geometry of an Octahedron, one of the five Platonic Solids.

as they are non reactive and therefore, have completed their geometric configuration. This demonstrates that the Octahedron carries out the function to create the boundaries around the atomic structure.


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