Physical-Chemical Table of The Elements DNA RNA (three and four)
I have uploaded Physical-Chemical Table of The Elements DNA RNA double and single helices formation videos (three and four) in my youtube channel. You can enter there and watch them or listen to them comfortably while I go on exposing some more stuff about this Table.
(- which one?)
(- I don’t know, I forgot).
I would like to share something that happened to me while developing and thinking about all this.
I printed some copies of my table in order to visualize in a three-dimensional way, because I am aware not everyone have an ability to orientate in space or visualize three-dimensional forms from abstractions in written texts or reading the (unexpectedly also different!) international code for technical designs.
I printed, folded, and put together various copies this way.
The upmost part of the image has four foldings (cubic face and/or body centered crystallographic systems), joining together the first s type orbitals of both the quantum traditional physical-chemical orbitals and my new quantum phys-chem S orbitals up to the third level of both tables. The ongoing levels in my table maintain much more regularities in the behaviour of the higher atomic number elements, than the traditional quantum mechanics IUPAC periodic table, from Calcium ahead, which in my table is occupying the first D-type orbital in the N 3 level of energy, instead of the traditional quantum [Ar] s2 orbital corresponding this to the n 4 level of energy and fourth traditional period, which being in the same column axis, shares some properties of the traditional s-type like, most probable 3D-space electron position region (this is what an orbital is).
Thus, folding and joining the table in such a way that all elements that occupy central axis positions and have no more elements on their sides other than their companions in the axis results in this two column elements which I will write in an increasing order of atomic weight naming first the odds column and then the evens column according to their atomic number:
Although, I keep the cardinal ordering, which is not consistent with the 3D dimensional space ordering, to make it easier to understand for all chemicists, and physicist in the world, when I refer to them in coded notation, being Chromium in my notation in the: N 3, D 6 position.
Odds, H, Li, Na, Cu, Eu; Tb, Lu, Tl, Bk.
Evens, He, Be, Mg, Zn, Gd; Dy, Hf, Pb, Cf.
I did the same for the rest of orbital models in my table being the next type the green area p-like orbitals.
I will give you the symbols for the leftmost and rightmost columns (odd, even).
Odds, F, Cl, Br, Tm; Re, At, Md.
Evens, Ne, Ar, Kr, Yb; Os, Rn, No.
Same goes for the d-like type orbital, being this traditionally shifted and inaccurate in its order for filling, but perfectly ordered in my table (though you can put it as complex as you like with Euler’s equations, Schroedinger’s wave equations, and / or Taylor’s series…, which I always summarize as Fast Fourier Transforms… FFTs).
Odds, Co, Rh, Au; Ac (Actinium, actinides, rare earths too), Ha.
Evens, Ni, Pd, Hg; Th, Sg.
And the F orbital, my light gray type of sixteen possible positions.
Odds, Pm, Am, (no, no, don’t take them as time hour marks for twelve hours clock timing systems! 🙂 ); Rg.
Even, Sm, Cm; Cn.
For the G-like orbital, yellow in my table, I have put Ununseptium in the odds, and Ununoctium in the evens, I think it is not complete, there are more possible positions for the full G-like orbital completion, but I don’t think it to be wise, trying to get heavier elements, so I will not give any proposal regarding its completion ordering.
After I ended folding and analyzing this info I have just written for all of you to read, I put the sheets of paper together to keep them into a folder, but they were not flat anymore!
You can see the hand drawn table in first focus, neatly fit into a fastener type transparent folder, and the three-dimensional four (plus one) sheets of paper put onto the cardboard folder which I was not willing to close, in order not to flat it out, I even put a little ruler on the left to prevent the cardboard folder cover to fall accidentally over the five sheets of my orbital-wise folded Physical-Chemical Table of The Elements.
Some minutes later I decided to close the folder and put a distortion pedal, which I use while playing my electric guitar on top of it to help it to settle a bit more.