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100% Time Chemical Reactions

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A Universal Principle
By
Daniel Reurink

MICRO

The total molecular molar mass, for each individual chemical or compound, result in a 100% timed reaction. This will allow for pure chemicals, as they will be in perfect order.

To understand order, one must just look at entropy. It is a disordered chemical become ordered through time. This process will allow us to see how the timed reaction can create the perfect ordered chemical.

Examples as follows :
Let D (disorder) = Molecular Molar Mass

T(D) = C
Time x Disorder = Speed of Light
Time x Molar Mass = Speed of light


O2 = 32 g/mol

Time x (32g/mol) = 300,000 m/s
Time = 300,000 / 32
Time = 9,375 s

To create a perfect reaction, it would take 9,375 seconds with exact math to create a pure chemical of oxygen.

Another Example

NaCl = 23g/mol + 35.453 g/mol
NaCl = 58.453 g/mol

T x ( 58.453 g/mol ) = 300,000 m/s
Time = 300,000 / 58.453
Time = 5,132.328537457444? s

Exact math must always be used. For NaCl to create a perfect compound, the molar mass is added for the change of both chemicals. This will result in a perfect chemical reaction due to exact mass from time.

MACRO

T(D) = C
Disorder = Energy
T ( D ) = C
10000 s (D) = 300,000 m/s
D = 30 J



T ( D) = C
Disorder = Energy
T ( D) = C
10 s (D) = 300,000 m/s
D = 30,000 J

As shown above, the longer the time, the less energy expressed from the big bang. The closer we are to the source, the more energy there is. The longer the time due to velocity from the speed of light, the less energy we have in our system and the more coherence.








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