Physical Chemical table of elements DNA RNA helices formation parts one and two
My Physical Chemical Table of The Elements, has an ordering of the elements according to 35 criteria, and putting special attention to elements which do not behave as other elements in their groups (eighteen) according to their ordering in the systematic periodic table of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, IUPAC, which has mainly a criterion based on their oxidizing states, and the last layer of their valence electrons, using the octet rules to balance stoichiometry of chemical reactions.
I have had in mind also their three-dimensional dispositions among other criteria. The three-dimensional dispositions of the elements is monitored by many means, being one of the oldest and most widely used chromatography and optical properties of the elements and their compounds various types of emissions and absorptions spectra.
Besides there is another important criterion to consider: crystallography. crystalline structures have their spatial organizations as a result of various natural forces. Forces such as, gravity, temperature distribution, pressure and concentration, which create planes or gradients along which it is easier for the elements to organize in a three-dimensional pattern.
Nucleic acids, Deoxyribose NA, DNA, and Ribose RNA helices form into the cellular plasma, and follow natural rules of watery dissolutions and the least consumption of energy in their formation processes, having as constituents a few elements which, in DNA case oppose in a complementary three-dimensional electrical ion guided action producing the double helix.
Think of a stick with two ribbons tied on its ends. If you swirl the stick while raising it at a regular pace you will obtain a double helix of ribbons. The axis of my table gives you the direction of the axis of the force which fuels the rotation for those elements intervening in the formation of the molecules. I will explain it better in forthcoming posts, but for now you have two videos in my you tube channel in which I explain some concepts, being the first 33 minutes long and the second 8 minutes long.
I will embed them here.
And I’ll add this song.