Basic Nature of intermolecular attraction forces and Comparison with forces like Van Der Waals and hydrogen bonds by “Multi Molecule Theory”

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Satyavarapu Naga Parameswara Gupta, Retired Assistant General Manager, Bhilai Steel Plant, Res 1B  / Street 57 / Sector 8 / Bhilai 490008, India

This is a fundamental result. What is the basic nature the intermolecular attraction forces? These questions were not thought off earlier. All the earlier conclusions were oriented towards finding the value of inter molecular attraction forces. We took the nature of these forces to be Newtonian Gravitation attraction forces between individual molecules vectorially added for the total set of molecules under consideration. This method can be applied to any molecule or chemical which is having all the three states of matter. For an example, for proving this concept, we tried to explain the three states of water. Due to these attraction forces between the molecules, some pairs of molecules come near to each other and hit and bounce like rubber balls. We tried to detect these inter molecular hits. We wrote macros in Visual Basic for Excel to find these hits that happened in an iteration. We plotted addresses of colliding molecules in a designated area in the worksheet. We got another new finding. This pattern of hits is changing with inter molecular distances, by changing all the inter molecular distances proportionally without changing the relative positions of molecules with each other. While checking with results this method with of states of water, we also will discuss about effect of Temperature. We will compare the effect of other forces like, Vander Waals (London dispersion forces) forces, hydrogen bonds, Keesom etc.. This method can explain Brownian motion etc.

Gravitation, states of matter, hydrodynamics, molecular processes, molecular data, Multi Molecular Theory, SITA simulations, Dynamic Universe Model. Van Der Waals Forces, Singularity-free cosmology, Blue shifted Galaxies , Red shifted Galaxies, Grazing radiation frequency changes, Formation of Elements, Nucleosynthesis

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Satyavarapu Naga Parameswara Gupta, Basic Nature of intermolecular attraction forces and Comparison with forces like Van Der Waals and hydrogen bonds by “Multi Molecule Theory” , SCIREA Journal of Mathematics. Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2022 | PP. 1-29. 10.54647/mathematics11304


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