2018-02-07 21:39:18 UTC
Graham Lawton, Bernard Gray of NEW SCIENTIST, did your magazine cover the P+1 bonding to H+1 ??
It happened in late 2014, early 2015.
Was your magazine that good enough to have covered that monumental experiment?
Editors, I need not remind you how Monumentally important the Kjaergaard Experiment was
Because, what it tells us, is that the Real Electron = 105 MeV, the Real Proton is 840 MeV and that little particle we always thought was the electron, is not the electron but is Dirac's magnetic monopole.
So, Graham and Bernard, did NEW SCIENTIST cover that great monumental experiment of 2014, or, was NEW SCIENTIST too busy with fake science of Big Bang, black holes, LIGO, gravity waves, neutron stars, Peter Higgs boson fakery, dark matter, dark energy and much much more b.s. Too busy with fake science, that the great science escapes your attention.
Vol. 5: , Issue. 23, : Pages. 4225-4231
Publication Date (Web): November 19, 2014
Phosphorus (P) is an element that is essential to the life of all organisms, and the atmospheric detection of phosphine suggests the existence of a volatile biogeochemical P cycle. Here, we investigate the ability of P to participate in the formation of OH···P hydrogen bonds. Three bimolecular alcohol–trimethylphosphine complexes have been detected. Initially, the complexes were detected using matrix isolation spectroscopy, which favors complex formation. Subsequently, the fundamental OH-stretching vibration was observed in room-temperature gas-phase spectra. On the basis of our measured OH-stretching frequency red shifts and quantum chemical calculations, we find that P is an acceptor atom similar in strength to O and S and that all three P, O, and S atoms are weaker acceptors than N. The quantum chemical calculations show that both H and P in the OH···P hydrogen bond have partial positive charges, as expected from their electronegativities. However, the electrostatic potentials show a negative potential area on the electron density surface around P that facilitates formation of hydrogen bonds.
Re: Sun with molecules proves electron= muon Re: EXPERIMENTAL PROOF Re: Hydrogen is the very best way to prove AP's ION theory Re: proving AP's ion theory
Better yet than the Sun here is where a chemist bonds H+1 with P+1
This fact proves AP's Ion theory as magnetic monopoles but also proves there is no repulsion force in EM theory, only a denial of same space occupancy, but on top of that, proves the Real Electron is 105 MeV, Real Proton is 840 MeV
Thanks to this researcher in Denmark
Unlikely hydrogen bond discovered
March 13, 2015
University of Copenhagen
Unlikely bonding in Copenhagen lab. Henrik G. Kjaergaard and his team discovered positive hydrogen bonding to positive Phosphorus
As with magnets and alternating current, positively charged molecules never aim for one another. Indeed, similarly charged poles are repelled. Nevertheless, a team from the University of Copenhagen's Department of Chemistry has managed to become the first to bond positively charged phosphorus atoms with positively charged hydrogen ones. Their insight may prove pivotal to understanding how biologically important molecules such as DNA and proteins form properly.