Chemistry

   

Creation of Matter Waves with Water

Authors: Royan Rosche

Abstract: Water is shown to create two-dimensional matter waves with soluble chemicals via an alternate chemical dissolution method that is extremely simple and can be done instantaneously by anyone with water and a pure soluble chemical compounds. I have included many images because I know what I am disclosing sounds too good to be true or unbelievable to the modern world of science. Through experimentation of matter waves it is realized that they form opposite motion as opposed to dissolved ions in water indicating that water can hold two distinct phases of matter at once, I am calling these vertical (which is normal dissolved ions) and horizontal (matter waves) phases of matter in water. Matter waves are visible as a quantum fluid having quantum circles made out of what looks like very thin strings. Ions, vertical phase of matter, in water can mix with matter waves generating a new type of chemical reaction.

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[v1] 2016-08-23 21:34:23

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