**INTRODUCTION:**

Once the fear of writing books has been lost, I now have another volume (the first one is called “Theoretical Chemistry to consult”. It is a pleasure for those who like chemistry and I want to condict their dissemination.

Doing this project I find myself to feel pleased with what I do. Everyone has the right to an illusion for which to fight (be it economically, culturally, of spirit, of art …); To deepen into the topics, it takes time.

This book is designed so that it responds to the intention of opening new points of view, sharing knowledge … using key paauls to facilitate and understand the network of the different characters that have been laying stoneon this scientific world.

The teaching experience is important, although in my case it is not very extensive. Obviously it is not due to lack of desire but to sickness .

These copies become a guide to understand the basis of many theories (use focuses to speed up comprehension).

I treat the different branches of chemistry both in its classical aspect and in its modern episodes (quantum,supersymmetry , string theory …).

I’m trying innovating as well as checking if what occurs to me is correct or ot strange.

Thanks to Joan Bertran , Miquel Solà, Joan Miró, and especially Albert Curto and his family as co-workers.

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#### INDEX:

##### CHAPTER 1 – Degrees of freedom

Rotation

Vibration

Linear or nonlinear molecule

The 3 directions

Monoatomic and poliatomic molecules

Raman vibration spectrum

Vibrational modus

##### CHAPTER 2 – NUCLEAR LINK

DUALITY ONA- CORPUSCLE …………….

De Broglie

Einstein

Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle and Electro-photon Collision

TTHEORY OF NUCLEAR LINK AND ENERGY NUCLEAR

Nuclear reaction

Power of attraction of the nucleus

Relationship mass-energy

Interconnected particles

Ratio E / A (link energy / nº. massic).

Fluctuation

Stability

##### CHAPTER 3 – TYPE OF SOLIDS

Ionic crystals

Molecular crystals (forces of VdW (Van der Waals), polarity, intermolecular forces …)

Covalent Network Solids (cell unit)

Metallic crystals

Bragg diffraction equation (networks, distances

Interplanars dispersion of XRay, intensity, distribution)

Type of packing

Coordination no

Crystalline system

Conductors, semiconductors, insulators, superconductors

Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconduction

Bands theory

Donors or acceptors

Resistivity

##### CHAPTER 4 – TECHER REVIEW

Polymers

Module, direction and direction

Potential energy produced by specific q (loads)

L’Hôpital

No.’s first

Problem

Doping networks

Semiconductors

Succession (I)

Questions

Circulation

Transpositions (in organic chemistry).

Rotor rigid

Statistics

Classification of numbers.

Born- Haber

Limits I and II and derivatives in 3-D

Cocaine

Succession (II)

Resonance box and nodes

Theorem of Bolzano

Ozone

Pasteur

To smoke

Optical plans

Static electricity

##### CHAPTER 5 – Kinetic Theory of matter

Gases

Solids

Liquids

Boyle’s Law

##### CHAPTER 6 – Astronomical Physics I

Pilot reproduction of the Universe on a small scale

Annihilation

Cosmic conspiracy

Spectrum

Black hole

Expansion and inflation

Quasar

Wormhole

Principle of exclusion

Repulsive force

Nebula

“The light was made”

Pulsate

“Red Giant”

##### CHAPTER 7 – Astronomical physics II

Orbit + disturbances

Ether

Butterfly effect

Solstices and Equinoxes

Nodes (ascending and descending)

Eclipse

Perigeo and Apogee

Middle state

Density and Tª

Geometrical and arithmetic progression

Delay time

Alive “ens”.

Ecliptic

##### CHAPTER 8 – How to solve differential equations and brief treatment of electricity

Permit Ctnt

Dielectric

Condenser and capacity

Differential equations

Formula Taylor and Euler

Potential energy

Elliptical orbit and nodes

##### CHAPTER 9 – More about the operators

Hamiltonian Operator

Cartesian and polar coordinates

Complex numbers

Steady state

Degenerate states

Interlacing

Potential energy

Harmonic oscillator

Hooke

Number of splits

Vibrational energy

Reduced mass

Rotation energy

Polarity

##### CHAPTER 10 – More about quantum theory

Crocodile experiment

Shielding

Multiplet

Quarks

Dirac sea

Differential equations

Derivatives

Kao

Boson

Isoespin

Hadrons

Fermions

Pions

Mesons

Leptons

Neutrino

Barions

Gauge transformation

##### CHAPTER 11 – More about chemistry-physics

Plasma

Weak nuclear forces

Strong nuclear forces

Switching between operators

Dead points

“Ghostly action at a distance”

Interference

Interlacing

Young

Gilbert’s space

Compton Effect

Atomic waterfall

Conversion to the bottom

Undo-uncertainty

Spin and polarity

Teleportation

##### CHAPTER 12 – More about the origin of the Universe and Temperatures

Relation of the Tª between the already known variables.

T i it r (imaginary time and real time).

Description of interactions between particles (5 types).

Big Bang

Rayleigh- Jeans Planck

Bubbles

##### CHAPTER 13 – Info collection Regarding Physics

Benefits and truths about life of physics.

Ellipse of Earth orbit.

Circles

Supergravity

Theory of ROPES.

Supersymmetry

Inertia and inertial mass.

Galactic colors.

Attractive forces with respect to distance and mass.

Gravity

Nebulae

Electromagnetism

Potential 4- vector.

Invariantness and symmetry.

Theory and gauge transformation.

p- brana.

##### CHAPTER 14 – RESPECT TO CHAOS

Operator of Perron-Frobenius.

Classical physics and quantum physics.

Statistics

Theory of chaos.

Equation of movement or individual trajectory.

Existence of the limit.

Overall probability (or total).

Liouville- von Neumann.

Aufbau principle.

The swap

Bernouilli polynomials.

Poincaré.

Supersymmetry

##### CHAPTER 15 -Atomic theory

Dalton.

Rutheford.

Bohr.

Electro-static force and centrifugal force.

PI and V. (potential ionization and potential energy).

##### CHAPTER 16 – A MÖSSBAUER SPECTROSCOPY

Radiació gamma

Ressonància

Multiplicitat

Estructura fina i hiperfina

Isoespin

##### CHAPTER 17 – Other worthy studies of mention

Doppler effect

##### CHAPTER 18 – Deal with the metal elements

Theory of the ligand field

Theory of the crystalline field, low and high spin complexes

0 between the orbitals d (different energy levels of the orbitals “d” which are separated by a “gap” 0 ).

Structure of geometric complexes.

##### CHAPTER 19 – Obtaining petroleum derived plastics

Waste

Plastics

Blown

Polymers

##### CHAPTER 20 – Variable equations that emerge from string theory

Hubble

Unification theory

Intensity vs. distance

Trigonometry

Critical density

Maxwell’s equations

Gravitational field

Plasma

Cosmological and entropic principle

Properties of the Universe

Big Bang vs. Stationary status

Dark energy

Black hole

Topological defects

##### CHAPTER 21 – Curiosities about the Universe

Constant speed and acceleration

Reversal movement

String theory

TOE (theory of Everything)

Special theory of relativity

General theory of relativity

Muons

Principle of equivalence

Praise

Photon Clock

Natural laws […]

Progression of Physics

Feynman

Clusters

Symmetry gauge

Tension

Vibration and rolling parameter

Calabi-Yau

Big-Crunch

Ctnt coupling

Mirror effect

Duality

“Flop-transitions”

Phase transition

Entropy

Cosmology

##### CHAPTER 22 – Repecheage

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