Foundations of Hadronic Chemistry: With Applications to New Clean Energies and Fuels by R.M. SantilliFoundations of Hadronic Chemistry: With Applications to New Clean Energies and Fuels by R.M. Santilli

Foundations of Hadronic Chemistry: With Applications to New Clean Energies and Fuels

byR.M. Santilli

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Despite outstanding achievements, Quantum Chemistry has failed to achieve exact representations of molecular data from exact quantum principles. Hadronic Chemistry is a new, nonlinear, nonlocal and nonunitary covering discipline which admits all quantum models as particular cases, while permitting invariant representations of molecular data exact to any desired accuracy. These results are due to a new mathematics necessary for the invariant treatment of nonlinear, nonlocal, and nonunitary theories, known as Santilli isomathematics, and a new structure model of molecules with strongly attractive correlations of valence electron pairs in single couplings, which correlations are nonlinear, nonlocal, and nonunitary, thus outside all the capabilities of Quantum Chemistry. Following a systematic presentation of the basic methods, the new model of molecules, and its experimental verifications, the author applies Hadronic Chemistry to the prediction and experimental verification of a new chemical species, called magnecules, consisting of stable clusters of molecules, dimers, and individual atoms under new non-valence internal bonds. Finally, the author applies all these results to the industrial development of new, clean energies and fuels.
Title:Foundations of Hadronic Chemistry: With Applications to New Clean Energies and FuelsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:451 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:December 3, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. 1. Introduction. 2. Elements of Iso-, Geno-, and Hyper-Mathematics and Their Isoduals. 3. Foundations of Hadronic Chemistry. 4. Isochemical Model of the Hydrogen Molecule. 5. Isochemical Model of the Water Molecule. 6. Variational Calculations of Isochemical Molecular Models. 7. Application of Hadronic Chemistry to New Clean Energies and Fuels. 8. The New Chemical Species of Magnecules. Index.

Editorial Reviews

`In this pioneering monograph, the Italian-American physicist Ruggero Maria Santilli has submitted a structural generalization-covering of quantum mechanics and chemistry under the name of 'hadronic mechanics and chemistry' which appears to resolve the above problematic aspects. In fact, the new mechanics achieves essentially exact representations ofmolecular characteristics; consequently permits exact thermochemical calculations; introduces a new, strongly attractive force between valence pairs in singlet coupling with the strength needed to represent reality; restricts valence bonds solely to electron pairs in singlet couplings; eliminates the prediction of an arbitrary number of atomic constituents in molecular structures; and correctly represents the diamagnetic or paramagnetic character of the various molecules. Finally, and quite remarkably after all the preceding achievements, Santilli presents the application of the new methods and the chemical species of magnecules to the industrial production of a new fuel he calls MagneGas® (see, whose combustion exhaust is so clean that the new fuel has been certified not to require catalytic converters. In a nutshell, the monograph lends credence the view expressed repeatedly by Santilli in earlier work, that "there cannot be really new scientific theories without really new mathematics, and there cannot be really new mathematics without new numbers".' Professor Jeremy Dunning Davies, University of Hull, UK `That Professor Santilli, repeatedly nominated for the Nobel Prize, is extremely well equipped and capable to both ends is amply documented, first and foremost by his work, but also by the biographic and bibliographic sections of the monograph which deserve to be briefly summarised as well. He proposed Hadronic Mechanics already in 1978 jointly with its basic Lie-admissible structure when he was at Harvard University under US Department of Energy support. Its study was continued by mathematicians, theoreticians and experimentalists too numerous to quote here (but included in the book's references). However, Santilli remains to this day the most active contributor, eventually bringing the venture to full mathematical maturity in 1996, physical maturity in 1997 and geometric maturity in 1998.' Professor Erik Trell, Linköping University, Sweden