# Introduction to Science/Atomic Structure

Atomic Structure is defined by Entropy, Enthalpy, Pressure, Volume, Mass, and velocity. Atomic Structure is better defined by certain factors, such as Entropy and Enthalpy, where Entropy is defined as everything inside the atom, and Enthalpy is defined as everything outside of it. Thus Mass-based structures known as atoms, where the vacuum of empty space, although unlimited lacks such, is dependent entirely upon the difference between Entropy and Enthalpy. That difference is defined as the electron. The Electron thus rules the area ruled by the difference between 0 and 1 in both directions. In this dimension, a new dimension forms, which grows infinitely smaller, as if numbers didn't matter, as the multiplicity of all numbers between 0 and 1^{2} can be defined as the dimension of light. Going down this path seems an eternity, as we have defined with Log. The Log proves the infinite series of numbers which arises from the ever decreasing multiplicity, or its inverse that of which I cannot clearly describe, is the depth of numbers into space, but since space cannot be perceived at this level of existence, we instead find a sense of forever increasing numbers, of which we find a Boson, in plain sight, as the beginning and end of all existence. This is the truth my friends. It defines all shape and structure, as the center of all living and non-living systems. Each System is defined by its center Boson, after which we find a Proton and Electron. To view the boson, one simply peers into the electron of an Atom, which is the Membrane dividing Entropy from Enthalpy. It exists at the location of the electron, where what appears to be a cloud, but is actually a Log hole. This hole is described as the point where Pressures of the two regions, known as the internal and external structure of an atom, are joined, and a membrane is formed. The formation of a membrane, is the big hint, and says a Boson has formed. Once this membrane forms, you have a singularity. After which, there forms a super electron, which is made of an Alpha particle spinning in place. It is constantly replaced until a metal comes along and replaces it. Thus ionized metals become extremely important for the formation of compounds, used in a fire. A Fire is when an electron lets light out, it doesn't always let light out, but when it does, it is mind numbing how it it is possible. It all comes from inside the membrane, of an electron. It can be viewed as electricity, which like fire, pulls spacetime, and in this case, massvolume, apart, so that a type of light is released, and this tells you about the nature of the ion. Ions are basically forms of energy, that fly around and do stuff. Sometimes Mass is pulled apart, and this is why it glows red, it acts as a membrane. This is when Atomic Matter is releasing light. When Atomic Matter releases light, it is the resonance of shock, which is a type of force. This force is responsible for strong wind, it is a speed and a resonance as a function of the same. The difference between these all is the speed at which light is released. It basically tells you what kind of ion you are dealing with, some light burns, and some light doesn't burn, atomic light doesn't burn, but electric light does. Thus photons, if they maintain a constant known as the speed of light, can be viewed due to the nature of Gravity, which in the same amount of light, makes it amicable. Light without gravity, can be perceived as dangerous, as can gravity without light. Thus light with a very low amount of gravity, as is with electricity as it remains unbonded and away from its natural host, the proton or positron as others say, has less mass and thus gravity. Where matter has both an electron and proton, the light is less strong as the mass curves the light released to an appreciable value. Light from Atoms is the moment when the electrons allow the release of light from their structure, which is due to the stretching of an atom's surface area, which is formed like a silk held by the staples otherwise known as electrons. These staples can be stretched open, like stomata, and the atom releases light. Perhaps it is more likely that these electrons seal away a tiny vacuum around a mass, and once this is done, stick to the surface of the volume of that mass, constantly opening and closing, based on the entropy of the environment within the atom. Naturally, an atom joins by these rivers of energy, in which can flow unlimited amounts of resources. These are called ions. Ions can eventually become electrons, and then go into the world of a photon, where they reach an unlimited state. From here an unlimited tunnel forms, and one finds themselves traversing through a door and into a boson, where there exists, Quantum. This is the pathway of Light. Quantum ElectroDynamics Part 2.

The World is separated by a Z axis, Light, between an X and Y Axis, which is defined as the internal structure of the atom, known as everything greater than 1, and by everything within the Membrane or Electron, which is 0-1. Everything outside the membrane is greater than 1, and everything inside the membrane is less than 1, to an absolute value, so that, we have two infinite worlds. The Z Axis, Light and Gravity, and the X axis, Mass and Volume. The Y axis, Space and Time, is determined by the distance of these membranes from each other, and this forms SpaceTime, which did not exist until Light and Gravity split in two, then rejoined elsewhere. The same point in spacetime, but appears as two, the combined path of both light and gravity, thus becomes possible as light travels where gravity went, and gravity travels where light went. The two reciprocate in direction in order to create the universe. Next mass and volume begin to form, which is when gravity slows down slight, and volume is created as light speeds up slightly, but in truth when gravity slows down, that means time slows down, meaning that light travels suddenly faster, as less time is present, yet the speed remains constant. Since light is traveling in a different part of the universe than gravity, it means light moves at the same speed, while gravity is slowing down. This won't come up for Light until light is where gravity was at this point. For now, light travels at the same speed, unknowingly going faster by the length of time gravity went slower, to the degree rate of time gravity decided to. This means that every single time gravity slows down, light will too, but not yet. This is the difference between cos and sin. Gravity can dip down whenever it wants, but light can't, it has no choice, it only follows. Thus gravity can catch up to light. Light however doesn't care how many dips there are, no matter how much time has changed, light passes them all at the same speed, meaning that when gravity slows down, light can travel faster, less impedance, meaning the amount of time has changed, since the amount of distance light covers, remains constant, while time remains variable. If Distance was variable, and time was constant, we'd be talking about gravity. Gravity has a constant amount of time, but the increase in distance away from time, is to light, more work. Light prefers to travel towards distances of which time is made up as this increases the amount of space travelled in the same amount of time it otherwise would have taken without time's existence. Light travels at a constant speed, where if more gravity is present, then time is dilated, meaning the amount of time has increased substantially, meaning a few seconds next to mass is hours without mass. Light thus can travel against time, so that the total time is the amount of gravity/speed of light. Light is thus brighter, where gravity is stronger, but does not reflect unless there is some type of atom present to reflect the light.

, and hence we have defined Z. At this rate, we have defined 3 axis of axis. Light, Electricity, Matter

Velocity is the speed of an object, without acceleration. Since acceleration is created by the mass, then the object in question rotating around a mass, gains more acceleration, which as a function of velocity, indicates a total speed of a factor of the coefficient accerlation to the variable, velocity. Speed is thus calculated by the acceleration as the coefficient of velocity.

Mass Functions of Orbit Atomic Structure deals with Mass and Volume. There exists three basic constituents in question. Mass in orbit, mass not in orbit, electrons in orbit. Electrons not in orbit, is what we will use to describe anything which has a hard exterior. This is caused by Mass. The resulting appearance will be of light reflecting properties. Results in oxidation or electron losses from electronegative sources. Results in lack of H+ interaction due to positive charge of the mass. This is called the state of an atom which is dominated with a surface of mass.

Electron Functions of Orbit When electrons are the surface of an atom, rather than mass, what we have is a surface which tends to attract H+. Thus the surface becomes hydrogenated, and so we can assume that this is the case for a hydrocarbon. A HydroCarbon thus is formed by an electrical surface area, or a weak surface, and a strong interior. The singularity of the mass is denser as compared to a volume, and the electronegativity of the outer regions of the atom, is at its maximum. Since there are 6 protons, there are 6 electrons. CH4 thus has 4 protons which are occupied, and 2 free mass/electron rotations available. Methanol is thus 3 taken by conventional Hydrogen/Electron Bonds and a Mass/Oxygen oxidative bond is formed between the proton and oxygen, and thus a hydrogen bond caps the physical bonding forming between proton and oxygen. The Proton and oxygen can't form a full bond, since the oxygen doesn't have any free electrons, the oxygen sits on top of the atom, and a hydrogen comes in, and the positive-positive bonding forces either the proton or hydrogen to disappear. Methane and Methanol are very similar. Methane has 4 hydrogens to a carbon, but if it is filled to 6 hydrogen, then it will no longer have any free electrons, and will assume the position of a inversed benzene, with only 1 carbon, and 6 hydrogen. since there 6 valence electrons and the actual capacity is 8, that means that there can be two more protons donated from other atoms. the total is CH8 is a chemical where all 8 electrons of Carbon are filled with Hydrogen. It would only form if carbon is a gas, and immediately hydrogenated as a gas. otherwise, Methane forms by the Carbon interacting with hydrogen being emitted by heat via endothermic decomposition. The carbon would have to be in a liquid state, with 3 of its electrons free, and these 3 are taken up by aqueous Hydrogen or gaseous hydrogen, either one, where in the second example it is 3 protons being taken up vs 3 electrons, and then these protons and electrons interacting to form equilibrium, a sign of a reaction, and then CH3 is formed. Once CH3 is formed, 3 wheels are taken, and the other 3 wheels are rotating. the energy required to shift the wheels so that 2 wheels are between the 3 wheels forming 5:! ratio where 1 wheel has 2 wheel spaces next to it (empty shells), and this wheel then gains a hydrogen as wheel forming methane. Methanol would form from CH3 at the same energy level, except in the presence of hydroxide. This basically means that methane produced from food waste, is automatically assumed to produce Methyl Radicals (CH3). Methyl Radicals, thus if held above their temperature of formation and below methane's enthalpy of formation, and if quarantined, could be mixed with water or a gaseous hydroxide perhaps in the form of vapor or the old fashioned way, via an aqueous and liquid solution, to create methanol from a methyl radical.

Methyl Radicals can be created by breaking down Methane. Methane is reduced by chilling the gas, then by introducing the gas into a warm environment, where the difference in temperature, is the Enthalpy of formation of Methane minus the enthalpy of formation for the radical. So total enthalpy of formation is the methane, and the partial enthalpy of formation is the hydrogen and the methyl radical. Since it takes more energy to form a methyl radical, the temperature above that and below the enthalpy of formation for methane will produce that radical. the gas atom is chilled, and since the enthalpy of formation for methane is -74, then it release heat as it forms. that means excess heat is created, and excreted by the atom. thus when the methyl radical and hydrogen recombine, there will be an excess -74 kJ of energy. Thats 74000 joules of heat. That's a lot. So all that heat is going to be somewhere in-between the Hydrogen and Methyl Radical. Since it takes 74000 joules of heat, + hydrogen and the methyl. So we need to add those 74,000 joules back in, thus the temperature of the methane is increased 74,000 joules. To prevent the methane from disappearing, we chill them, so that the maximum amount of heat can be added before we reach a reaction where products are lost. the methane is chilled, then 74,000 joules is added to the system, so that, 74,000 joules is absorbed, and this will be measured in a closed system as the decrease in temperature from the peak of 74,000 joules being added. this is per mole. once this reenters the atom, there will be enough heat where the atoms begins to break down. to prevent the atom from breaking down completely, it has to be chilled enough so that it remains stable. This is the Gibbs free energy number, and tells us if a reaction will take place or not. This number is taken for the Methyl Radical. We find the number, and make sure to keep the reaction non-spontaneous, or positive, and never close to zero. This is done by controlling the temperature based on the entropy of CH3, and the amount Enthalpy is controlled so that the number remains positive. The Enthalpy is controlled by the amount of heat in joules in an environment. So there is an amount heat, and then there is the pressure and volume, and then there is the pressure and volume once again, added to this. The amount of heat in the outside atmosphere, is the first pressure an volume, and this is the energy state of the air's volume. Then we added the pressure and volume again, so we know that the heat can move around. The heat moves around, and this is enthalpy. In Entropy, there is no heat and temperature is measured by atomic radius of movement across an environment. Entropy is measured by the amount of movement relative to the amount of heat, and this is compared to our temperature rating system. The temperature tells us how much the atom moves. This when compared to enthalpy tells us how much heat is in an environment, and so the amount of heat and amount of movement, are indirectly related. The movement of the heat with its environment, formed by two variable pressure/volume ratios, and the amount of movement of the mass, with its environment, which is a measure of the quantity surface as compared to it's distance from its start as compared to temperature measured by the quantity movement above zero. Or the total amount of movement(entropy) as compared to the total movement of a surface area. (enthalpy)

Entropy is thus defined in Math as Temperature times a rate of movement from cold to hot, based on degree temperature per heat. It is otherwise described as the ratio of Temperature, which is defined as a ratio of excitation which leads to the production of volume by the same increased movement of an environment, or the Amount of Enthalpy.

Enthalpy is thus defined as Surface area times and the distance, multiplied to create a volume, of which is described the derivative of volume, where pressure is assumed to be 1, as this volume is dependent upon the amount of work. so the work, is just defined as the pressure and a volume, compared. so the high pressure creates volume, and this is bad work, and low pressure, creates high volume, and this is shady, and pressure creates volume. so more pressure, more volume. less pressure, less volume, but volume is always produced unless the volume decreases, in this case the pressure only helps the volume increase or decrease but cannot neutralize the volume. so the volume is neutral to the pressure. and vice versa but the volume can be effected by the heat. so the heat can neutralize the volume. volume can neutralize heat. so heat can be made to disappear, by the presence of more volume. so heat tends to increase volume, as the more heat is added, the more volume required to neutralize it, and the increases in pressure are there to help volume increase, and heat decrease, so that the whole function is always equal to or less than 1. As volume gains equilibrium over heat, an excess volume is formed, and this is when heat tries to escape from the excess volume, but it can't, because there's too much volume, thus when volume is decreased, the heat can escape, if the volume isn't decreased, the system likely remains cold. the only way for heat to escape is if there is a negative pressure, meaning the pressure inside of an atom, is less than the outside.

the only way to create pressure in the first place is by having two volumes present. Once two volumes are present, one volume can thus have a positive pressure, and the other can have a negative pressure, by using a vacuum. Or a pump of some sort. The pressure increases and decreases in both sides, but the total pressure remains the same except for the excess locked in the compressor.

The negative pressure thus forms the environment in which heat can be pulled out of a volume, and the positive pressure describes the area in which heat is pulled in. Heat will want to go into a place, where there is an excess of potential volume, and thus a lack of pressure, thus large spaces with a positive pressure produce more volume, so a low volume and high pressure system likes heat. The volumes are defined based on the pressure of the system.

Thus a system with a negative pressure, meaning the pressure is inert, will prevent the heat on leaving based on the amount of volume present. so if the pressure is high, the volume is low, as the pressure becomes higher, the volume becomes lower, the heat escapes because of this, as pressure and heat aren't or can't be exchanged, unless volume is gone. Otherwise, with volume present, the system would have to increase in volume, and the pressure be relieved. In this system, heat would be released.

Thus a system which retains heat, would be a high pressure system, as the volume and heat are interchangeable. Volume not at rest, is assumed to be heat, and volume at rest.

Heat is absorbed by systems of increasing volume. Decreasing volume thus releases heat.

Increasing pressure decreases the amount of volume that can form, thus heat can be absorbed by slowly decreasing the pressure as the amount of volume increases. Volume is Static, Pressure is dynamic. A Dynamic Volume and Static Pressure, thus equate to a changing amount of heat, to the constant of the amount pressure. The constant amount heat, can thus determine the constant amount volume, respective to the amounts of heat. Thus heat and volume become interchangeable, to the amount pressure. Static Volume, and dynamic pressure, and instead, heat and pressure become interdependent. By controlling the changing pressure, one can control exactly how much heat they have. By controlling the amount heat, the amount pressure is also the same. This is only possible of volume is held static. Meaning it doesn't change.

Thus the equation can form. P dv/dq. V dp/dq

A static amount of heat, thus means that pressure and volume are interchangeable.

This only works in a closed system, so the variables that can be isolated in a closed system, are preferable to variables that are constantly open.

Controlling heat is difficult.

Controlling pressure is difficult.

Controlling Volume is difficult.

Since controlling all three is always difficult, we measure the amount of all 3 in a single container, at a single point. Since the 3 form an equation together, when all 3 are taken at the same moment of space and time, the equation should give a ratio. This is the ratio of heat to pressure to temperature.

From this ratio, we can yield a total amount of pressure, temperature, or heat, and this is the actual energy of the system. The actual energy of a system, is measured by the potential energy of any of the 3 variables as a single number.

It should be the same number for all 3. If not, then something is incorrect.

The equation is thus understood as Energy State = q + w

Energy state is defined as the variable heat plus the variable work. Work is defined as the pressure and volume. The energy state is when heat is added to the pressure and volume.

Enthalpy is when the heat pressure and volume, of the energy state of 1 system, is compared to the pressure and volume, of another system. This gives us the total amount of heat, produced by the system, which if reduced to nothing except volume, heat, or pressure, either one of 3, would be given by the amount of actual energy in the first system, and this is compared to pressure and volume of another system, which is completed by an amount of heat. the amount of heat changes, based on the amount of pressure and volume, so that the first system, is primarily interacting with the volume or pressure, depending on which one is taking a more active role. depending on which system is larger, the amount of heat will be positive or negative. if the pressure is normal, and the volume is variable, the number is positive if the pressure and volume of the system, do not exceed the energy state, meaning the pressure and volume by itself, of the environment, is not more than the actual energy level of an atomic structure. if the two systems are the same size, the heat will be zero, meaning the pressure and volume together are the same size as the first system, and if they are larger then the number will be negative, meaning the first system is consumed by the second system, and energy is released as it is excess. otherwise the first system will consume the second system.

If they are the same size no reaction seems to occur.....

If actual energy level is changed to exclude heat and only pressure and volume, then the pressure and volumes of two systems are compared to an amount heat, which will be greater on one system than another.

Thus the pressure/volume - pressure/volume = heat is the equation where heat from the first system is exchanged so that -q = w. When -q = w, the amount of heat released by work, when the same, denotes an Energy Level since ChangeE = q + w , thus -q = w is ChangeE. This is then taken against the Work of an environment to determine the interaction of heat and two types of molecules. 1 molecule has been measured to have an amount -q=w, where representative amounts of -q=w are the same as the total heat.... this is proven by the following: ChangeE = q + w heat released = amount worked, thus first energy state is = 2q or 2w, thus the energy state is two times q or w when -q = w. We will use w since we tend to work with joules as positive. Thus 2q +w = 2q=-w. So negative work is 2q. w=-2q. this is the second system, so we can't confuse the two. the first system is 2q(1) + -2q(2). So the enthalpy is the heat of the first system minus the heat of the second system. Otherwise, it's the amount of heat that can be converted from the pressure and volume of the first molecule, which can be transferred to the second system, as a measure of the difference between the total potential pressure and volumes of the two systems together. So heat, if added to either the first or second system, and it can't enter the first system, as we already have an energy state, so we have a second system, where the heat can enter, this is where equilibrium would occur and a reaction would take place.

The energy states of two molecules are compared, and the total energy state of the two, means the higher energy state will always win as it has more potential for pressure and volume. if heat is added to this, then it wouldn't interact, unless that heat, turned to pressure and volume, and this interacted. Unless the pressures and volumes were all converted to an amount heat, and the heat interacted, then the molecule that would form, would be based on the total amount of heat of the system, which is the heats all added together. The heat of course is represented as the character known as Energy State.

This Energy State describes the nature of an Atom.

The Interaction of Atoms is described as Enthalpy.

The Rate of Increasing Energy is Entropy

The Gibbs Free Energy is the point at which the amount of Entropy Exceeds or Meet Enthalpy and Vice Versa.

Energy State

The Energy State is the total amount of potential Heat, Pressure, and Volume, that an atom can form. In each of these pure forms, we assume the particle phase of an Atom, which is deemed by a large number of ions, which can be derived from the number of molecules of a substance, and the Energy State, which is defined by the Quantum Equation of . This Energy State can also be described as either expressions or equations between Work and Heat. or , which defines a positive or negative energy state. This equation tends to define the atom's state in the universe, which is how much it works, and how much free time it has. Since heat can invariably be turned into either a positive or negative pressure via a volume, or into volume of a positive or negative pressure, then heat can be used interchangeably, to describe a number of situations, in which an amount heat and an amount work, are compared. When the two are the same, the total number can be described. The Total number is the three variables under a single currency, meaning the total value in Joules of all three variables. The expression determines whether an atom is doing work or receiving heat. Thus the energy state is described by atoms and molecules, and their positive or negative expressions. Positive Energy states describe a gaining heat with less work. Negative Energy is Losing heat and more work. Thus exothermic on a singe atom or single molecule scale describes Negative Energy States or Exothermic States, which is the state of an atom giving away heat as a function of its existence. Thus Energy State is a function of heat assuming pressure and volume remain the same for all atoms and molecules, thus it tells us the amount of heat inside an atom or molecule. Assuming heat is the same ,the amount of volume or pressure, or if heat and pressure are constant the amount volume. Thus the State energy of an atom would be based off a ratio of heat to pressure and volume. Heat:PressureVolume = -J:-PressureVolume = Volume:Heat/Pressure. Heat divided by pressure will yield volume, which when added to the excess volume yields a total volume and this is the energy state in terms of volume. Thus -q:-pv where -pv=-q:-q where -q-q = total heat.

The inverse of heat, is just heat going from enthalpy to entropy. Thus the atom by the nature of its mass/volume, has a constant energy state. q+w. heat absorbed - volume(pressure) is the inert nature. It says, heat is disappearing, and the change in volume and pressure, is responsible for the change in heat. Thus heatreleased inside atom = Change in VolumePressure outside atom. Energy states describe the difference between the inside and outside of atoms.

Heat absorbed + (-p)v. so 240 -480 = -240 = heat was absorbed meaning heat was released into the atom of 240, and the volume and pressure did this. if e = -240 meaning heat was released outside the atom, -480 then -720, which means that the environment absorbed 240 joules of heat, and the increase in pressure and volume was because of the heat, so the heat did the work here. the equation is partially incorrect, in terminology, it basically defines two variables, of which one does work and one is the result. The work is interchangeable between heat and volume/pressure.

Thus heat can also be the work and q can be the pressure and volume.

State Energy is thus described as two possibilities. Heat goes from inside to outside, a negative number on the right side of the equation, and volume increased because of this, or heat goes from outside to inside, a negative number on the left side of the equation, and this is responsible for the change in pressure and volume. likely it is true that the volume would thus decrease as heat escaped, depending on the speed it escaped at, which is what pressure tells us.

Thus we can describe energy states as atomic behavior based on how much heat is absorbed versus how much enters the environment. a rise in heat, increases pressure, and thus increases work, thus the amount of volume theoretically increases at a constant pressure, due to the addition of heat, thus an energy state where an increase in heat is stated, will have an energy state of highly more and more exotherm. An energy state where an increase in heat is stated, likely has an energy state that is more endotherm. However, a case exists where an energy state will have an exotherm, yet the pressure will be negative, meaning endothermic behavior results. negative pressure in an exothermic energy state thus results in the absorption of heat, or a equilibrium reaction. positive pressure thus in an endotherm, will produce the same results, however towards the heat absorption. So increasing the pressure of a substrate, at a rate of increasing volume, to a certain amount of already heat absorption present, to a limit of volume, produces heat. As long as the pressure and volume increase, to the amount heat absorbed, the amount absorbed is thus infinite. Since the amount of heat absorbed is limited by the state function, then the heat absorbed by such an atom is deemed to be caused by the same result/

heat -> negative pressure heat 1 pressure 0 pressure >1 = cold

-heat -> positive pressure heat 0 pressure 1 heat >1 = hot

The absorption of heat, and the perfect pressure and volume, assuming the pressure is positive, and not negative, is stopped when the pressure or volume is too much, at this point, the excess pressure and volume will form a...

so if heat is being absorbed, in a positive pressure, then heat can be absorbed forever, where the energy state of an atom is positive dependent upon the pressure.volume always being less than the amount of heat being absorbed.

Volume and Pressure vs Heat

Q - PV

1R Q minus an amount greater is a negative amount. This is Heat Absorption and a greater amount of Positive Pressure of a Volume resulting in a highly exothermic reaction.

2B Q plus an amount greater is a positive amount. This is heat absorption and a greater amount of negative pressure forming a highly endothermic reaction. Vacuum pump and pressure cooker. or compressor, and heat absorption.

2R -Q Minus an amount greater is a highly negative amount. Heat released and a large pressure.volume is highly exothermic.

1B -Q Plus an amount greater is a positive amount. Heat released and a negative pressure.volume is endothermic.

-Q Plus an amount just as great. Heat released an a small amount of negative pressure, where a ratio of maxheat:maxpressurevolume is related. The maximum heat J = PV in Joules, where an amount not enough, PV must be less than its potential in Joules.

Q plus not enough is positive pressure remaining B endothermic. absorbing heat, in pressurized environment, where volume is constant, and pressure increases, absorbs more heat, as pressure increases.

-Q plus not enough is negative pressure remaining exothermic. turns endothermic from excess volume or insufficient heat. after adding heat to system, in which vacuum is present, begins absorbing heat if negative pressure is insufficient. adding heat. endothermic if volume is suffocated.

Heat absorbed in a positive pressure volume thus would want to change pressure to being negative, and thus more volume is absorbed if the volume is insufficient. This is an endothermic reaction. Thus the pressure of an atom is positive in some cases. Here, the heat goes from the volume, elsewhere.

Heat released in a negative pressure, or vacuum, would want the pressure to become positive, heat fills the environment, the pressure goes up, slightly, until volume reaches the heat, and the two are exchanged.

as heat is released into a negative pressure, the amount of heat ,relative to the amount of negative pressure volume, equalizes, and thus an amount heat and amount volume are compared at positive and negative pressures.

heat must either move into the environment, or out the environment, via some conductor.

at negative pressure, heat moves into the environment. the pressure increases, slightly, until the amount of heat exceeds the pressure.volume, and an exothermic energy state is present. energy states are not reactions.

at a negative pressure, heat is moved out of the environment, the negative pressure increases, until the amount of heat absorbed, absorbs more heat into the system. Thus heat is successfully conducted by removing heat from a negative environment, so that positive Q and a Negative pressure combine to form the largest number.

Heat when added to a positive pressure, create a highly exothermic environment, meaning heat can be added to an environment, of which a large pressure and volume are present, where the more heat, pressure, and volume present, the more heat in an environment or exothermia present.

Heat when added to a negative pressure, create a neutral environment, meaning a false positive pressure is negated by a negative pressure, and so the amount of heat added becomes negligible, so that more reactions are likely to take place, and thus the amount of heat required to create a reaction will be dependent upon the volume of an apparatus. as the pressure reaches zero, the volume becomes negligible. as the pressure leans to one side or another, the volume takes an effect on whether a reaction is exo or endothermic. if the volume exceed the heat in the proper amount, then positive pressure requires a large evaporation of heat, while negative pressure requires the addition of heat, in order to remain equilibrium. Thus the amount of heat in the air, if kept constant, can be done so by keeping the environment slightly exothermic so as to constantly release heat. then pressure is reduced until it is zero. The heat is then permanently stored in the pressure volume matrix.

Enthalpy is Defined by the exothermic (to us)comparison of two systems, where an amount of Heat added and Heat Extracted is defined by the difference in Pressure to an amount volume, where an average or constant pressure, as long as the initial and final states are equal to the outliers of the avg found, are true, will be correct. Enthalpy is defined typically when Y > X. Entropy is defined as X >Y. When System X is larger than System Y, the enthalpy is Negative, but in favor of system X. The Enthalpy and Entropy of a system are thus defined by whether X or Y is greater. Thus if System X is greater than System Y, The Number will be Positive. If Y is greater, negative. If System X is , then System Y is defined by its output of Heat. Typically Enthalpy is measured by an amount of Heat in Joules released or absorbed. Since we are comparing two systems together, the number will be a measure of the difference in Latent Heat of the two systems as a function of the neutralization of both the Heat and the Pressure/Volume. Thus Enthalpy is defined as Y greater than X, since a number greater than zero signifies a number that is negative. A Positive number would represent X > Y and thus, Entropic. Thus the System X is defined as the Internal Energy of an Atom, due to the nature of the Q being Positive, and the Pressure and volume both being negative. The External Energy of an Atom would be described by System Y, a Positive Pressure and Volume, and a negative Q. The Reversal of flow, so famous with ionic movements causing the reaction of molecules easily quickly and instantaneously, is due to the reversal of flow of the ions of an atom. System X: Represents the Internal Structure of an Atom. The Ions, such as a Heat Ion, which when it moves from Positive Q to Negative Q, creates . This means System X maintains the Internal Energy where Heat enters the atom. In this case, Heat escapes from System Y, Towards System X. Heat travels from System Y, to System X, or elsewhere. In the first example, heat moves from System Y, to System X. In the Second example, we see the Heat escaping from System Y. System X shows absorption, with -Q. Thus, Heat typically moves from an area of positive pressure to negative pressure, meaning that this choreograph is correct. When the heat moves backwards, we find the heat going towards System Y from System X. So normally Y -> X, not X -> Y. For heat to move backwards, and for chemical reactions to occur, you'd need a Positive Q in the atom, meaning the atom has to be cold in system X. In System Y, the gas has to be hot. The difference in pressure between the atoms, and the difference in volumes, will determine how much heat is required. For this to happen, you'd the pressure to do the work, since the volume just sits there, for the most part. Since work is defined as Pressure x Change in Volume, we redefined pressure to meant the Coefficient of Some Number Times The Coefficient itself. The Coefficient describes the results of a Non-Functional Unit as an Interaction, and this Interaction is labelled: work. Thus, the results of work are coefficients, and these will be important. Thus, The inverse of Pressure, is the coefficient of Heat. Heat is a result of a function where volume is not. Volume is a non functional unit. Heat can perform work. Volume cannot. Volume thus requires a coefficient, Pressure, to perform work. A Coefficient, is the result of a non-functional force, and thus heat is described as a non-functional force with a coefficient, or the two combined, which is what an ion is. Ions are made of: spacetime. an amount of space and amount of time is encumbered by ions, and yet they seem to exist both in and outside of their realm, although they do not exhibit the same properties as mass and volume. mass and volume, are likely a different kindle of particle, that exists as an entity separate from mass/volume. unless ions of mass. if Ions have mass, then enough of them can form to form mass. then volume couldn't form. so ions if made from spacetime, would make more sense.

Ions are thus the product of spacetime. presumably. thus they can exist in time, as they seem to do often, or in space. thus since mass and volume are interdependent, ions are thus more interdependent upon the fabric of time and space existing, thus mass and volume, maybe be totally separate from ions. when the two work together, we form atoms. Thus before atoms, there were just ions, and mass and volume. Mass and volume, used ions to interact, and this interaction is what forms the first atoms. thus, where do ions come from?

Ions would come from time, which came from black holes. partially. Since mass and volume create time and space, It is assumed that ions are the product of mass and volume. what created mass and volume? Mass and Volume were likely created by something which does not respond to neither, something blackholes and volume are bound by, and cannot change, but instead, mass and volume change. ions of a certain degree, can move mass and volume around, but cannot inherently change how to produce more mass and volume, but only themselves. thus light and gravity are greater than mass and volume, as without gravity, mass would not gather. Without light, volume couldn't be made. Gravity can bend, but mass cannot do anything to change gravity. Gravity thus is superior, and mass formed from localizations of gravity or light on the pre-mass and pre-volume era of the universe. At this point, time didn't exist, nor space. Gravity and light would look like the entire universe, what exists after this?

Thus first there was GravityLight. Then there was MassVolume. Then there came SpaceTime. That is everything. Ions, in order to travel backwards, would have to be going towards the positive pressure. Heat traveling towards a positive pressure, indicates the reversal of ion activity. As heat enters a positive pressure, it automatically wants to go to a negative pressure, thus it seeks to escape to a lower pressure. Heat will thus go to a negative pressure system, but they should be coming from the negative pressure system, at a faster rate, than they enter it. In order to do this, heat has to be conducted, from an area of negative pressure, to an area of positive pressure. Once the heat enters the positive region, it will attempt to go back to the negative pressure. Instead, 2 conductors are present, perhaps 3, to conduct the heat back into the positive region. Thus the ions will move backwards. To do this inside of an atom, the pressure inside of the atom, would have to be positive, meaning the atom wants to be exothermic. In the environment, the heat would be released, and a negative pressure would slowly change to neutral, and the volume thus would increase as the pressure stabilized. the volume of the atom would change.

Thus the environment and atom are both controlled.

The Environment is controlled so that it can be changed to either exothermic or endothermic. The volume would remain constant, but the pressure could be changed with a compressor. Heat can be added externally, without volume. In a pressurized environment, heat is added. Atoms inside thus have a negative pressure, and want to absorb that heat. They absorb the heat until they reach a neutral pressure, which is the comparison of Pressure X to Pressure Y. Heat continues to be absorbed into the environment, with negative pressure, thus pressure is slowly increased further into the device. Eventually, the negative pressure of the atom, absorbs enough heat so that a reaction occurs. This reaction is granted by the Decomposition reactions of the atoms which state an exact amount of Heat of Formation to dictate the formation of certain atoms, thus certain atoms can be formed, by the exact amount of heat, to the exact number of atoms, their temperature, and the amount of negative/positive pressure within the chamber. By Controlling Positive and Negative Pressure, heat management of the atom is possible, meaning, an increase in positive pressure, results in the uptake of heat by atoms, this uptake in heat, is relative to the change in volume necessary to create a reaction, the only way for the atom to gain this volume, is by the conversion of heat to electricity, where an atom moves in mass, to achieve a structural change with the addition or subtraction of certain atoms, electrons, etc. Releases and absorptions of electrons soon.

Thus to calculate the exact amount of pressure required, the amount of heat would have to be converted to an amount pressure and volume, and the inverse of this pressure would have to be applied to the environment of the atom(s). The required heat, in moles is found, and thus the amount of pressure and volume in moles is also found. The amount of pressure into the environment, is based on the amount of volume of the mass, as compared to the amount volume of the container. Where the same amount of volume of both, is the amount of pressure required. The pressure is typically positive, so that the atoms absorb heat, where a negative pressure simply degrades the atoms if heat is absorbed from the environment.