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Chemistry Emperically Laws
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Suresh Devanathan
2021-04-02 18:18:07 UTC
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Assume Alchemy

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Empirically
1. every action has equal and infinite times the negative reaction
2. Quantity(Item1) = f(item1_properties) = 0 (observed)
3. Chemistry is just impurities mixed with water
4. lim K1->infinity P*V/K1 = 0 , intellectual death P*V/(K1) = 1
5. lim K2->infinity V/(K2*T)= 0 , intellectual death V/(K2*T) = 1
6. Acid + base = salt + water + impurities
7. n (moles of any quantity) = 0
8 . Quantity(item1) = Constant*n(moles of the item)
9. lim Constant->infinity Property1/(Constant * Property2 ) = 0


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Mild Man
2021-04-02 22:48:03 UTC
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Post by Suresh Devanathan
Assume Alchemy
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Empirically
1. every action has equal and infinite times the negative reaction
2. Quantity(Item1) = f(item1_properties) = 0 (observed)
3. Chemistry is just impurities mixed with water
I know several fires that would disagree strongly on that point.
Post by Suresh Devanathan
4. lim K1->infinity P*V/K1 = 0 , intellectual death P*V/(K1) = 1
5. lim K2->infinity V/(K2*T)= 0 , intellectual death V/(K2*T) = 1
I agree that there is plenty of intellectual death here.

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