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Revealing Phenomena of Heat Energy, Levity, Gravity and Photons Characteristic Current to Light on Dealing Matter to Sub-Atom

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How to cite: Ali, M. Revealing Phenomena of Heat Energy, Levity, Gravity and Photons Characteristic Current to Light on Dealing Matter to Sub-Atom. Preprints 2017, 2017010028 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201701.0028.v3). Ali, M. Revealing Phenomena of Heat Energy, Levity, Gravity and Photons Characteristic Current to Light on Dealing Matter to Sub-Atom. Preprints 2017, 2017010028 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201701.0028.v3).

Abstract

Technology has nearly reached to its climax but the basic understanding of science in many phenomena is still awaited. Scientific research reveals strong analogy between electron and photon. Atoms that execute suitable electronic transitions, on absorbing heat energy at shunt level, excite their electrons. De-excitation of an electron, where inertia is involved, results depicting energy in the shape-like Gaussian distribution. The wavelength of photon at point of generation remains in inter-state electron’s gap distance and atoms of all those suitable elements that glitter perform like magician, throwing one and catching other, where an electron excites at shunt level of energy and configure trajectory under inertia-levity-inertia and de-excites at free fall configuring trajectory under inertia-gravity-inertia and silicon atom is a model system. In such atoms, heat energy of merged photons is cultivated and that shunt energy perturb the balance of inherent energy between electron and nucleus while balancing it via another electronic transition in reverse mode of the same atom. Uninterrupted confined inter-state electron-dynamics results into wave that can travel immeasurable length and on breaking inter-state electron-dynamics results into fixed length discrete energy wave called a photon. Such photons increase wavelength on decreasing frequency, propagate to hard X-ray, to visible spectrum, and to beyond. Here, I discuss that heat energy is due to merged photons, photons characteristic current are due to photons having wavelength in inter-state electron’s gap distance and light is due to photons having wavelength in visible spectrum. Force of repulsion or attraction in certain materials engages the phenomenon of levitism or gravitism instead of magnetism where inertia is no longer prevailed. All structural motifs and dynamics are subjected to characteristic photons as long as bearing the neutral behavior of the external forces. A structural design delivers straight-forward application on coordinating different energy shaped photons. The various gadgets, devices and instruments only operate energy as per need of necessity. Here, materials science explores matter to sub-atomic level while coordinating and interacting energy and devises science to describe.

Subject Areas

materials science; energy; materials chemistry and physics; nanoscale phenomena; atomic scale phenomena; sub-atomic scale phenomena

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