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Total Nucleonic Energy Periodic Table

Total Nucleonic Energy Periodic Table

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A study into how energy is aggregated to form atoms, has led to the establishment of a Periodic Table in energy terms. What is proposed, is that energy exists in a thermodynamic equilibrium in the universe and that since energy can neither be created nor destroyed, that it is continually recycled from and into various aggregated forms. Baryons are the main components of sub-atomic structure.

Atomic constructs are therefore depositories of pure energy.

A Periodic Table in terms of “Approximate Total Energy” aggregated within the atom was tabulated using “Atomic Mass Units” (amu). The calculation used the values of an Electron, being associated with an energy of 0.511MeV, the proton 938MeV and the neutron 939.7, (940)MeV. As an example only, Hydrogen contains 938.511MeV, Oxygen 15028MeV, Silicon 26299MeV, Gold 185068MeV, Uranium 223583MeV etc, see attached graph.

It is proposed that the energy contained by baryonic constructs can be released to do useful work by counteracting precessive fields.
A study into how energy is aggregated to form atoms, has led to the establishment of a Periodic Table in energy terms. What is proposed, is that energy exists in a thermodynamic equilibrium in the universe and that since energy can neither be created nor destroyed, that it is continually recycled from and into various aggregated forms. Baryons are the main components of sub-atomic structure.

Atomic constructs are therefore depositories of pure energy.

A Periodic Table in terms of “Approximate Total Energy” aggregated within the atom was tabulated using “Atomic Mass Units” (amu). The calculation used the values of an Electron, being associated with an energy of 0.511MeV, the proton 938MeV and the neutron 939.7, (940)MeV. As an example only, Hydrogen contains 938.511MeV, Oxygen 15028MeV, Silicon 26299MeV, Gold 185068MeV, Uranium 223583MeV etc, see attached graph.

It is proposed that the energy contained by baryonic constructs can be released to do useful work by counteracting precessive fields.

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Limitless Energy from Nucleons
A long term interest going back to student days in how elements react to form products,never resolved a nagging feeling that the chemical structure thought at university was notreflecting the true nature of elemental makeup. In particular, there was a difficulty ingrasping the lectures which dealt with the way atoms are constructed and how the outer electrons interacted to form molecules. The lectures left a poor grasp of manycomponents of the structure that could not be fully accepted and an alternative way of looking at the atomic construct was developed and presented for discussion. The basicidea was summarised in the “About Us” page in http://homepage.virgin.net/babic.branko/  .The concept of energy and mass interchanging was challenged and an alternative theoryof the nucleon construct put forward. Recently, work was completed that calculated anestimate of the energy aggregated within sub-atomic particles, that was contained by thesub-atomic fields. A Periodic Table in terms of “Approximate Total Energy” aggregatedwithin the atom was tabulated using “Atomic Mass Units” (amu). See attached Graph.The calculation used the values of an Electron being associated with an energy of 0.511MeV, the proton 938MeV and the neutron 939.7, (940)MeV. As an example onlyHydrogen contains 938.511MeV, Carbon 11271MeV, Oxygen 15028MeV, Silicon26299MeV, Calcium 37570MeV, Iron 52601MeV,Copper 60117MeV, Silver 101450MeV, Gold 185068MeV,Lead 194458MeV, Uranium 223583MeV etc.The calculated figures were derived from the quoted figure of an electron having0.00054858 amu, a proton 1.00730000 amu and a neutron 1.00870000 amu. By dividingthe amu of a proton by the amu of an electron, a figure of 1.00730000 ÷ 0.00054858 =1836.46amu i.e. the proton has about 1837 times the mass of an electron. When the massvalue of a neutron was divided by the mass value of an electron, the neutron has1.00870000 ÷ 0.00054858 = 1839.02amu i.e. the neutron has about 1839 times the massof the electron. One electron is said to have an energy value of 0.511MeV so that 1 proton will have 938.46MeV of energy associated with its mass and the neutron will have939.74MeV of energy associated with its mass. Atoms therefore, have energy aggregatedwithin the various sub-atomic structures that is contained there by the powerful fields thatare generated by the construct.What is obvious from the increasing amount of energy contained within atoms of thePeriodic Table, is that elements are depositories for pure energy and the possibility of releasing such energy to fuel useful work from any old bit of rock or substance, remains amot attractive commercial prospect. The current problem is to find a way to release theenergy contained within sub-atomic particles.The requirement arises because fusion and fission, is not the best way to produce theenergy needs for humanity. Nucleons, contain vast amounts of energy when compared tothe current best means of creating energy by fusion. As an example only:
 
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Fusion reactions between Deuterium and Tritium, release 17.6MeV whereas, thenucleons of say Silicon, contain about 26299MeV of energy that could be released bycounteracting the fields containing the energy within sub atomic particles . The larger atoms contain many thousands of times the energy of the optimum fusion reactiontechnology so that a way to tap the nucleonic energy is being considered. Nucleonic energy is contained by fields that when weakened, will release the contents of  pure energy from the containment, to be converted into various useful forms of energy. No radioactive release occurs from such reaction, unlike fusion and fission both of whichrelease radiation by products. Inexhaustible, clean energy is envisaged from any matter that is to hand. 
 
Approximate Total EnergyContained in Atoms of the Periodic Tablein MeVWhat is needed is to find a way to counteract precessive electromagnetic fields.The movement of the magnetic and electric fields along whichever axis, generates aspiral formation of energy which must exert an effect on all things in the fields proximity. Of particular interest in precession is what happens when two such generatedfields of opposing value, interact. For instance if the electric and magnetic fields moveabout a given axis in one direction and then a particle interacts with this assemblymoving in the opposite direction, then the counter precession would tend to slow each precessive field environment down. This is exactly the effect that would be needed toreduce the field strength of baryonic entities. Reducing the strength of containing fieldswould allow the escape of energy restrained within the field boundariesMight the matter antimatter reaction be this very process.

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