atomic element


Nuclear model for the 172-Bio Atomic Table depicting the atomic Holon of Spirit-Soul-Elements.

Spirit is the Logic-Information Stage of atomic elements that exists in the Logic Vacuum of Computer Codes. Soul is the Information-Energy Stage of atomic elements that exists in the Information Vacuum of Computer Execution. Finally, the physical atomic elements are co-created in the third stage by collapsing the Information-Energy of these elements onto Energy-Mass. There are only 81-atomic elements.

Within this two-stage nuclear model, the working of Ormus elements and the meanings of Quantum Alchemy will be diagramed, namely the interrelationships among Spirit-Soul-Elements in the 172 Bio-atomic Table. 
There are six diagrams in total, which must be viewed as a whole from both top-down and bottom-up. Top-down implies all the diagrams together, while bottom-up implies each diagram by itself. Within each diagram, top-down also has to do with the mandala as a whole, while bottom-up represents the details of the information flows within the mandala. In conclusion, the concept of Alchemy/Ormus is that the mind can influence the formations of atomic elements via the following connections in Quantum Physics-Chemistry.

The light constant (3 x 10 10 ) connected to free will and the mind is not only a member of the Physical Constants, but also generates all other constants. Again, the nine Chinese Characters are used to establish the mind-soul-spirit connections in Alchemy/Ormus. Again, the reader can definitely see the importance of these nine Chinese Characters play in the Matter-Being Paradigm.


“The quantum properties of the unproton meant it only half-existed. The periodic table doubled, as ”.5" could be added to each atomic number.

Element #47.5: Sequestrium (Pq)
The original mirror, this metal naturally forms portals to a backward universe that is oddly vampire-free.

Element #79.5: Doradium (Do)
This soft, yellow metal blocks out telepathy. Paranoid kings wore crowns of it, or bluffed using mere gold.

Element #86.5 Treachery (Ty)
This gas is dangerously radioactive, but only in parallel realities. A staple of interdimensional warfare.“



If anyone is studying chemistry I found this free app that I use on my laptop called Elements: The Periodic Table

It is sooo easy to use and super helpful as it has loads of information on each element and has a feature to compare elements

I thought I’d share this as I hate needing to search for information about elements on the internet and having like a million tabs open, plus it has relative atomic masses for each element which I find a lot easier to find than searching through my data book.

Hope this helps!! 



Requested by kaze-no-usagi

Static electricity is something nearly everyone is familiar with. Hair standing up after being rubbed by a balloon, getting a nasty shock from a doorknob on a dry winter day, or even a lightning storm are just a few common examples of it. Mareep reportedly uses static charge from its wool to power it’s electric attacks and to light up its tail. So let’s talk about this!

All of matter is made up of atoms. Tiny particles of elements like hydrogen or carbon, made up of positively-charged protons and neutral neutrons, surrounded by a “cloud” or negative electrons. Wool might has a chemical structure that looks something like this:

In any case, static electricity, like all electricity, is created by a difference of electric charge. Wool is particularly susceptible to static shocks because it in particular is positively triboelectric. In essence, it just means that wool isn’t very good at keeping its electrons – instead, it often gives away its electrons to other things.

When you rub two (non-conducting) things together, the molecules in them form a brief covalent bond, meaning while they are in contact, they can share electrons. When they’re pulled away, the electrons from the wool will often stay with the other object (due to the triboelectric idea), causing the wool to become positively charged, and the other object to become negatively charged. This positive charge causes the wool to repel it’s self, which will cause it to puff up just like your hair will when it’s statically charged.

But, the pokédex doesn’t say that Mareep’s wool rubs with other things to build up charge; it says that its wool rubs against itself to build up charge. This is interesting because it implies that Mareep’s coat is made of two different materials, each with different triboelectic properties. So Mareep’s coat is actually made of two different kinds of wool: one that really easily gives up it’s electrons, and one that really likes to take them. Given that Mareep’s wool does fluff up, as specifically mentioned in some pokédex entries, the two materials probably nest inside of each other like a shell. There’s a positively charged, positively triboelectric shell of wool on the outside, and inside is the negatively charged, negatively triboelectric strand that accepts the electrons and channels them elsewhere in Mareep’s body like a wire. The outside can gain its lost electons from rubbing against the atmosphere, before once again channeling them back inside. Since the outside shell of all strands of wool are positively charged, they will repel each other and fluff up as the fluffy electric type does.

This static interaction causes a difference in electric potential energy (commonly known as voltage), which can then be used to charge a battery, light a light bulb, attack with a thundershock, etc. A simple doorknob shock usually measures about 20,000 - 40,000 Volts, so the energy for Mareep is defintely there. Most standard light bulbs only take 12 Volts to shine. (Read Electivire to learn why high voltage isn’t always dangerous!)

Mareep’s wool is made out of two materials, nested inside of each other. As they rub together, the outside give its electrons to the inside, which then transport the electricity to the rest of Mareep’s body for use.

So what does this mean for a sweater your grandma made for you, knitted out of Mareep’s wool? Would you be shocked to death from wearing it? Unlike Mareep, you aren’t harvesting the energy from the wool’s interactions. The electrons have nowhere to go past the interior of the wool, meaning they will reach their ionization limit and for the most part, stay neutral. You may be more prone to static shocks, but no more than you normally would be from wearing wool in our world. Giving a fluffy Mareep a hug, on the other hand, might result in a worse surprise.



C1.1 Fundamental ideas
C1.2 Rocks and building materials
C1.3 Metals and their uses
C1.4 Crude oil and fuels
C1.5 Other useful substances from crude oil

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Musings of a Hunter: The Fourth Element

In the times of Ancient Greece, India, and Egypt, people attempted to explain the diverse complexity of matter by boiling it down to just four elements, water, earth, fire, and air. This mentality continued on into the medieval era into the study of alchemy, which led many to believe that turning one metal into another, such as lead to gold, was possible due to both being comprised of four simple elements: water, earth, fire, and air.

Nowadays, we know that those four elements are not the true elements; the advent of atomic theory has taught us that there are many more elements than four. Hydrogen, element one, all the way to Unonoctium, element one hundred and eighteen. While knowledge of the atomic elements is very useful to humanity, (it allowed us to utilize plutonium for nuclear fission in the 20th century and helium filaments for nuclear fusion in the Golden Age), the “elements” we are more often concerned with are the three that dominate our Light and the impending Darkness: Solar, Arc, and Void.  

These three faux elements are shared between warriors of both the Light and Dark. But how did reality altering powers come to branch out into these three? And is there a possibility there may be a fourth one, hidden to all but the most experienced in the Light and Dark?

Before the Big Bang occurred, the universe was a hyperdense point of infinite temperature and energy, much smaller than a subatomic particle. Then, at some point, the Big Bang occurred. Contrary to popular belief, the universe didn’t “bang” so much as expanded, from the incredibly dense point to the size of a grapefruit. And then from this grapefruit to the size of the current universe. 

But an interesting property of this time is that the four fundamental forces of the universe, gravity, the strong nuclear force, the weak nuclear force, and electromagnetism were all unified into a singular force, manifesting as quantum fluctuations within the singularity. Then, within the first moments of the universe expanding, gravity “separated” from this unified force, now manifesting like it is today, with the former quantum fluctuations cooling into energy and mass. The other three forces would soon separate as well, with the strong nuclear force separating first as new particles formed and the electromagnetic force separating from the weak nuclear force as electric charges and photons came into existence. 

Now, why is this pertinent to our discussion? 

Ulan-Tan, a Guardian theorist and cult leader, wrote a thesis on the nature of the Light and Darkness, postulating that the Darkness is a necessary symmetry to Light, and that Light “remains connected, across space and time.” This theory appears to be true, due to our ability to use Kabr’s Aegis in the Vault of Glass, Light that has been manifested long ago and used independent of a Guardian’s, and the mission Chamber of Night, where we found the Hive using a shard of the Traveler itself on the moon to corrupt the Traveler, nearly 384.4 million meters away. That implies that Light, or at least its manifestation, is part of a unified field, grounded in our universe.

And if Light is a fundamental part of the universe, then maybe they correspond to the four fundamental forces as well. 

Arc is obvious: electromagnetism. Electrons spontaneously jumping the gun and transferring between molecules with almost no resistance. 

Solar corresponds to the strong nuclear force, the driving mechanic of nuclear fusion, which results in the creation of plasma, and more importantly, solar plasma. 

Void is a tricky one. It could really take the form of either of the remaining two forces. For Void, I will say that it’s representative of gravity, due to gravity being able to reach across a vacuum, and with the language of Void, it seems like the power of the Void is taken from gravitational singularities.

So that leaves… the weak nuclear force.

The weak nuclear force’s role in the universe is mainly in radioactivity and decay. It affects the quarks inside subatomic particles, decaying protons into neutrons and vice versa. So this new class would have the ability to cause other objects to decay and wither and radiate energy, a poison element. 

What do you think could be the next Destiny element? Leave your ideas in reblogs and replies.

This is Farad, the Ishtar Individual, signing off.


The Half-Element Series, part III

“The quantum properties of the unproton meant it only half-existed. The periodic table doubled, as ”.5" could be added to each atomic number.

Element #26.5: Olden (Od)
Found not on Earth, but in the teeth of interstellar predators. History recalls their last attack as “Olden Days.”

Element #44.5: Sanguium (Sa)
This toxic metal replaces iron in hemoglobin. Silent victims form mining communes, ceaselessly digging up more.

Element #54.5: Descentium (Lo)
Heavier than iron, this gas forms fiery pockets near the Earth’s core, the last refuge of unslain dragons.“

okay i just want to emphasize that Bakugou is the third in his class behind IIDA AND MOMO

this kid is behind two characters who grew up rich, with amazing personal education before UA, one who’s from an entire family of Heroes and is all but the most responsible character in the series, and the other who was recommended for UA and didn’t have to take the entrance exam and who’s quirk requires that she learns THE MAKE UP OF OBJECTS DOWN TO THEIR ATOMS AND ELEMENTS 



Just for fun: preparation of elemental bromine from potassium bromide, phosphoric acid and some potassium bromate.

BrO3(-) + 5Br(-) + 6H(+) —> 3 Br2 + 3 H2O

Bromine is a quite corrosive, toxic fuming liquid, therefore it should be handled with care. I wrote a lot from this element in the past, check out the previous posts:

Worldwide they produce a LOT bromine, approximately 750000 tonnes per year and they use it for countless purposes. It’s widely used in Brominated vegetable oil (BVO). It’s a complex mixture of plant-derived triglycerides that have been reacted to contain atoms of the element bromine bonded to the molecules. Brominated vegetable oil is used primarily to help emulsify citrus-flavored soft drinks, preventing them from separating during distribution. Brominated vegetable oil has been used by the soft drink industry since 1931, generally at a level of about 8 ppm.

AP Chem summary: Chapter 1


Chemistry: the study of composition, structure, properties, and changes of matter.

  • Composition of matter relates to the kinds of elements it contains 
  • Structure of matter relates to the ways the atoms of these elements are arranged 

Property: any characteristic that makes a sample of matter unique 

Molecule: an entity composed of two or more atoms with the atoms attached to one another in a specific way. 


States of Matter: the three physical states matter exists in; gas, liquid, solid

There are two types of pure substances: 

  • Elements: has a single kind of atom and is represented by a chemical symbol (basically anything on the periodic table of elements) 
  • Compounds: composed of two or more elements joined chemically 

The Law of Constant Composition/ The Law of Definite Proportions

The elemental composition of a pure compound is always the same 

Mixtures: have variable compositions and can be homogeneous mixtures (solutions) or heterogeneous mixtures 


Physical and chemical properties can be used to identify a substance 

Physical change: matter does not change its composition (ex: Changes of state; gas to liquid, etc) 
Chemical change (Chemical reaction): substance is transformed into a chemically different substance 
Intensive properties: independent of the amount of matter examined (internal qualities) 
Extensive Properties: relate to amount of substance present (external qualities) 
Scientific Method: dynamic process used to answer questions about our physical world; can lead to scientific laws (general rules that summarize how nature behaves) Makes use of hypotheses (tentative explanations) which can be tested and refined into theories that can predict the results of future observations and experiments.


Measurements in chem are made using the metric system and SI units. 

length- meter (m), mass- Kilogram (kg), time- second (s).  

Kelvin = Celsius + 273
Celsius = (5/9)(Fahrenheit - 32) 
Density = Mass / Volume 

1.5 + 1.6 

All measured quantities are inexact to some extent 

Precision: how closely different measurements of a quantity agree with one another Accuracy: how well measurement agrees with the accepted or “true” value Significant Figures: one estimated digit, the last digit of the measurement. Certain rules must be followed. 

Dimensional Analysis: a problem solving technique where units play a major role within the calculation using conversion factors (ratios constructed from valid relations between equivalent quantities)  

TOKYO GHOUL: RE….. More like Tokyo Ghoul: Rhenium

Okay so this sounds crazy but there was something I noticed about Tokyo ghoul and the periodic table. That’s right, the periodic table. Just hear me out. So, I was doing chemistry revision when I noticed one of the elements was Re (Rhenium) I was immediately all like ‘TOKYO GHOUL!!!!!’ so I decided to look up this element and was shocked at what I found. 

Firstly, the metal is described as being ‘silvery greyish’ which immediately reminded me of our dear Sasaki Haise’s hair. 

This looks quite similar to the colour of Sasaki’s in the picture above does it not? Next, it is also said to be one of the ‘rarest elements on earth’ and as I’m sure you are all aware, Kaneki/Sasaki is considered a rarity, even amongst ghouls. 

Next, it says this element was found in Europe and who do we get introduced to this series? None other than Kanae Von Rosewald whom was born in Germany. The word Rhenium stems from the word Rhine which is German.

It also says that Re was the last stable element to be found. Haise could be seen as this stability because in reality he is, he’s the only thing stopping Kaneki from falling apart again. The ‘last’ part could symbolise Haise as being Kaneki’s last chance to have a normal(ish) life. 

Rhenium is also very expensive but it is of ‘critical strategic military importance’. The CCG could be the military and the price of having Sasaki on the force I should imagine would be very high (if he was found out by the public or he went berserk). 

Re is used mainly in jet engines and planes which could represent Sasaki allowing the CCG to get further and achieve more. 

Also, Re is in group 7 of the periodic table which means that it is not quite complete (with electrons) and is still missing something. Much like Sasaki/Kaneki

One of the most compelling pieces of evidence (in my opinion) is the fact that Re has the third highest melting point meaning that there are only 2 elements with a higher melting point and according to the CCG, there are only two ghoul’s that are more dangerous than Kaneki/Sasaki (he’s an SS rated) and they are the Owls, Yoshimura and Eto who are both SSS rated ghoul’s. 

But what really sold me over to the possibility of this being true is the element K (for Kaneki) which is Potassium. I know that the first series of TG isn’t called K but Kaneki is so I decided to check it out anyway. 

Potassium is described as being a ‘soft, silvery white colour’ like Kaneki after Yamori’s torture. 

Then I noticed how K has an atomic number of 19 which is age Kaneki is when he gains the white hair. 

On top of that, Potassium only has 1 electron in its outer shell which just reminded me of Kaneki because he’s so alone in all this suffering. And they are some of the most reactive elements and Kaneki is utterly berserk after the torture. It is easy to cut with a knife (like Kaneki as a human) and has a low boiling point, which, if we are applying my previous theory, means that Kaneki is weak, which he is up until the torture. 

It wouldn’t surprise me if Ishida would do something like this I mean the second season of the anime had a maths theme going on (root A) so the manga could have a science theme to it. See if you can find any other elements that link to Tokyo Ghoul, if you find any, let me know! I’d love to hear it : D

Attention, US Internet: it’s ‘per curiam’, not ‘per curium’. Written ‘by the court’, not ‘by the radioactive element with atomic number 96’. I’m looking at you, Washington State Attorney General.

Also, you are totally allowed to feel better when there’s good news, even if it’s just a temporary respite and by no means a final victory. By no means should you stop resisting/persisting/whatever verb the hep kids use these days, but take what little you can get along the way, I say.

Experiments call origin of Earth’s iron into question

New research from The University of Texas at Austin reveals that the Earth’s unique iron composition isn’t linked to the formation of the planet’s core, calling into question a prevailing theory about the events that shaped our planet during its earliest years.

The research, published in Nature Communications on Feb. 20, opens the door for other competing theories about why the Earth, relative to other planets, has higher levels of heavy iron isotopes. Among them: light iron isotopes may have been vaporized into space by a large impact with another planet that formed the moon; the slow churning of the mantle as it makes and recycles the Earth’s crust may preferentially incorporate heavy iron into rock; or, the composition of the raw material that formed the planet in its earliest days may have been enriched with heavy iron.

An isotope is a variety of atom that has a different weight from other atoms of the same element because it has a different numbers of neutrons.
“The Earth’s core formation was probably the biggest event affecting Earth’s history. Materials that make up the whole Earth were melted and differentiated,” said Jung-Fu Lin, a professor at the UT Jackson School of Geosciences and one of the study’s authors. “But in this study, we say that there must be other origins for Earth’s iron isotope anomaly.”

Jin Liu, now a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford University, led the research while earning his Ph.D. at the Jackson School. Collaborators include scientists from The University of Chicago, Sorbonne Universities in France, Argonne National Laboratory, the Center for High Pressure Science and Advanced Technology Research in China, and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Rock samples from other planetary bodies and objects–ranging from the moon, to Mars, to ancient meteorites called chondrites–all share about the same ratio of heavy to light iron isotopes. In comparison to these samples from space, rocks from Earth have about 0.01 percent more heavy iron isotopes than light isotopes.

That might not sound like much, but Lin said it’s significant enough to make the Earth’s iron composition unique among known worlds.
“This 0.01 percent anomaly is very significant compared with, say, chondrites,” Lin said. “This significant difference thus represents a different source or origin of our planet.”

Lin said that one of the most popular theories to explain the Earth’s iron signature is that the relatively large size of the planet (compared with other rocky bodies in the solar system) created high pressure and high temperature conditions during core formation that made different proportions of heavy and light iron isotopes accumulate in the core and mantle.

This resulted in a larger share of heavy iron isotopes bonding with elements that make up the rocky mantle, while lighter iron isotopes bonded together and with other trace metals to form the Earth’s core.

But when the research team used a diamond anvil to subject small samples of metal alloys and silicate rocks to core formation pressures, they not only found that the iron isotopes stayed put, but that the bonds between iron and other elements got stronger. Instead of breaking and rebonding with common mantle or core elements, the initial bond configuration got sturdier.

“Our high pressure studies find that iron isotopic fractionation between silicate mantle and metal core is minimal,” said Liu, the lead author.

Co-author Nicolas Dauphas, a professor at the University of Chicago, emphasized that analyzing the atomic scale measurements was a feat unto itself.

“One has to use sophisticated mathematical techniques to make sense of the measurements,” he said. “It took a dream team to pull this off.”

Helen Williams, a geology lecturer at the University of Cambridge, said it’s difficult to know the physical conditions of Earth’s core formation, but that the high pressures in the experiment make for a more realistic simulation.

“This is a really elegant study using a highly novel approach that confirms older experimental results and extends them to much higher pressures appropriate to the likely conditions of core-mantle equilibrium on Earth,” Williams said.

Lin said it will take more research to uncover the reason for the Earth’s unique iron signature, and that experiments that approximate early conditions on Earth will play a key role because rocks from the core are impossible to attain.

IMAGE….This is an infographic describing theories on how the Earth got its iron. Credit Designed by Laura Martin/The University of Texas at Austin Jackson School of Geosciences. Images 1 and 2 from NASA/JPL-Caltech, Image 3 from X-Science, Earth from NASA/JPL.

High School (A piece I wrote for my Creative Writing Class)

Forget what anyone tries to tell you. High school is not about the education. It has nothing to do with the pythagorean theorem or whether an apostrophe goes in between the ’t’ and the ’s’ in the word it’s. It by no means appertains to the atomic mass of the element Rutherfordium or what exactly Rutherford B Hayes did during his presidency. High school is all about the experience. It’s about watching your best friend turn into someone completely different even though you guys have been biting pinky promises since elementary school that that would never ever happen. Its about passing around a disgusting cigar in a garage at 2 in the morning that you guys went through hell and back to get. It’s also about having to hold your shirt over your mouth to muffle your extensive coughing. It’s about sneaking a wine cooler from a family party and sharing it between 6 of you, asking if anyone’s feeling anything yet every 5 minutes. It’s about getting drunk for the first time when you promised yourself you wouldnt and ending up in a pitch black bathroom with a boy who will tell everyone false things about what actually happened. It’s about kneeling in a baseball dugout in total darkness trying to wrap your lips around a black and white pipe that reminds you of how you feel and see things all the time lately; black and white just so you can try it once and go back to a bunch of judgmental teenagers who roll their eyes and stop saying hi to you in the halls. And about years later when thoughts are flowing from your fingertips as leisurely as the smoke billowing out of your nostrils as you come to find the boy that you thought would always be there when you were bored has moved on. And high school’s about learning too. Yes, learning. Learning what number on the volume scale will keep your parents from hearing you screaming into your pillowcase but also keep them from complaining about the noise. Learning what kinds of drugs make your heart beat a little too fast for your liking and how to have full conversations with your father when the marijuana is sucking all the saliva out of your mouth and all you want to do is live in the bag of chips across the room. Learning how to react perfectly to convince your classmates that the rumor is just that: a rumor. Learning how to calm down a friend stricken by mass paranoia or a bad breakup and learning how to sneak past your comatose parents at three in the morning. High school isn’t about the grades. It’s about rotting in your bedroom, eyes glassed over with contraband and tears, every choice you’ve made thus far out in a hazy atmosphere and deciding if the experience was worthwhile. Well, was it?

The Pros and Cons Of Atomizers, Cartomizers and Clearomizers

People are increasingly taking up electronic hookahs which are much healthier than regular cigarettes. Vaporizers are much in demand these days for of the myriad benefits they rain. No foul smell, no tobacco, no tar etc. make rechargeable electronic hookahs a great picked over normal cigarettes.

Electronic hookahs sway good-bye utilizing a heating polynomial that vaporizes e-liquid solution. This vaporizer heating stuff is called an atomizer, clearomizer or cartomizer. This heating element is adjunct of your electronic hookah that holds and heats your wax or dry herb. In separate words, atomizers, clearomizers and cartomizers are devices that pan-broil your e-liquid and deliver e juice in a smog form.

Minute all these three devices play the constant service i.e. blood heat e liquid to a temperature of vaporization. In any event there are still some differences between these three animal heat elements. Let’s have a look at the pros and cons re these three considerable valve of vaporizers:


They use ceramic body heat chamber where liquid is heated. Generally atomizers fondle wasp-waisted natural gift to contain liquid and come in lifelike designs. Her are best suited for dripping. Influence short, people who like to structure between different flavors of e juices would prefer atomizer because it allows them versus make do with e liquids right away and easily.

However if you are one of those people who vape a lot, this hallmark may not be ideal as you would stick to unendingly refill it. Though atomizer is easy to fulfill but in preference to abeyant vapers it may be a hurdle because they would enunciate to refill the goods every now and then. Therewith you cannot caliber how plenitude ejuice is gone off inside ourselves.


They labor polyfill filling wrapped around the animal heat coil. Admitting that cartomizers are similar in dash off to atomizers, they have larger capacity to hold more quantity of e-juice. They are low cost and lackadaisical up refill. However oneself are not goal for people who enjoy heavy vaping inasmuch as the juice doesn’t elapse longer. And the article is not seldom said that cartomizers retain the flavor from the previous e induction current yourself have taken.


The immanent and probably the most homely among all of the three devices today, clearomizers are cylindrical in shape and have a clear, unguarded plastic stack room. Later that is its biggest quality now the transparent hutch allows cigarette users to see the level of juice inside the clearomizer and estimate when is the time to refill they.

Being its huge capacity to hold around 1.6 - 3ml of e-liquid, clearomizers are perfect in lieu of heavy vapers. You can always curb an eye on its transparent tank and know the in good time against reconstitute the goods. So you can enjoy your party to the fullest without the concern of juice getting finished while you are enjoying your cigarette. Notwithstanding clearomizers are expensive than the other two devices; inner man have longer life-cycle and ideal in place of users who vape a numerousness.

During which time all three devices - atomizers, clearomizers and cartomizers have their pros and cons. The article is an individual preference on what you prefer. For those who prefer dripping, an atomizer is the best choice. And for those who be partial to heavy vaping, a clearomizer is an ideal option.

Ultimately it is an individual’s choice. Just cast sure that you buy a noisome quality vaporizer and its heating respect.