Introduction to Science/Wetting

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Wetting is the distribution ratio between the Strong Force and the Weak Forces of a substance. A substance will be given the ability to become a perfect sphere based on internally directed bond structure due to the mass of the atom and the reversal of the internal polarity of the substance due to outside forces. This results in a perfectly spherical liquid, which is unable to form physical bonds with the nano-particulate surface of a material (Cohesion of the liquid). These are defined in the field of Wetting as Cohesion and Adhesion. Adhesion on the other hand involves the superconductivity of the fluid, similar to liquid helium. The ability for Liquid Helium to act as it does is due to the Adhesive Force. The liquid sprawls itself out to become as flat as possible, as if to form a lattice, and is able to use such forces to travel above the surface of a substance, so as to climb vertically and parallel to a surface.


Cohesive Force – Infusive Polarity of a substance

Adhesive Force – Diffusive Polarity of a substance

Wetting – The phenomenon of a liquid acting as a superconductor, related to floating

Surface Area –

The relationship between surface area and wetting is due to two types of forces present. In a Spherical Situation, related to Combustion, The Oxidized Bonds of a Surface, or Anic Bonds of a Surface, prevent Physical Bonding.

Physical Bonding – the ability for Hydrogen to attack the surface of another material besides itself, where Oxygen pulls the electrons from a substrate, such as Metals, Anions, Cations, Alkanes and the such. Since Hydrogen can be found on Alkanes, we also become aware that it is impossible for Hydrogen to attack itself, and thus the Alkane remains insoluble in water (unless enough oxygen is present to emulsify the compound immediately or upon impact with a surface). Thus we may describe Hydrogenation, to a degree.

Hydrogenation – The addition of Hydrogen to the surface of a material, such as an Alkane at its simplest, or to an oil, of any sort. Hydrogen has the tendency to attack a surface, where the hydrogen atoms then begin to take apart such a surface, especially in the presence of an oxide. With the oxide present, Hydrogen simply begins to pair with the oxygen atom, and with some heat added, the oxide begins to release itself from its parent structure, a metal perhaps, a cation and perhaps even an anion to some degree, depending on the strength of its bond to outside forces.

Relationship to Electrolytes – Hydrogenation of electrolytes allows it to create an acidic structure within an atomic radius, thus allowing an atom to perform certain functions in a system of some sort. An equilibrium point is created, an ionic bond, and this is what allows acidity and interaction between Hydrogen and its anion. The anion then begins to radiate via the ionic bond EMR into the hydrogen, giving it the extension of the original atom's capabilities, like an arm. A covalent bond would eventually break, meaning the flow of EMR is not the same, a typical behavior in imbalanced equations or a function without its inverse function present. Covalent bonds thus describe a ratio in which atom-atom energy is dependent upon the side with more electronegativite dominance. Thus we begin to describe oxygen, which claims the hydrogen for its specific purpose.

Oxygen is able to use hydrogen via a double covalent bond system, which uses oxygen as an ionic superbond between H2. This ability for oxygen to act as the ionic point between H+ and H- is based on a single electron, acting as a center of balance, between two separate structures to form a single structure. The oxygen thus acts as the midpoint, between the two structures, to form a superstructure, and this is the subject of wetting.

SuperConductivity - SuperConductivity is based on the ability for a SuperStructure to exist. A SuperStructure is based off of Alpha Particles, which gives us a Basic Unit of SpaceTime. It includes the facet of something physical in nature, of which exists in space and can travel through such space thus giving it the ability to travel from one point in time, to another, such as from one point in space time, to another point in space time. The ability to travel through two points in space from a single point of time is teleportation, meaning that something can travel without time, and the ability to travel through two points of time, without space, is time travel. A liquid molecule thus has the ability to maintain a superstructure, and this is the explanation for wetting. When this perfect structure is attained, perfect wetting can be attained thus just like a superconductor. Once this is done, we will understand the nature of liquid, as this means that a liquid can thus act as a solid, if it has perfect wetting, meaning water can arrange itself to be perfectly symmetrical about its origin as a molecular species.

Low Energy and High Energy Surfaces –

Low Energy Surfaces are surfaces that have Physical Bonds.

High Energy Surfaces are surfaces that have Chemical Bonds.