Chemical elements

 

2. Uranium 238 - inversion of a 5-dimensional chain

Uranium 238 - heaviest element in Nature:

1. A couple of Uranium atoms as an inverted 5-dimensional chain
(with 4 small babies):

   Triplet numbers:

   Decimals:
   1 / 210, x 105 = 2 x 238,095238
                                               |______ 95238 = 4 x 238,0952375 x 10x etc.

 

2. The Golden section:
 
   The division of U238 in N- and Z-numbers follows circa the golden section (gs):

(Compare 238 x gs = ~385, a number among amino acids, see the "exponent series",
here.)

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3. The "natural logarithm" e:

    This divides a 5-dimensional chain in two numbers 5 - e and e in step 3 - 2,
    d-degrees for Mass and Charge as assumed in Physics:

 

4. The superposed level   9 — 7 — 5 — 3 — 1 :

   Compare 975/531 x 103 = 1836,156. ~ the mass quotient proton / electron.

  
  975/531 = 2 x 91,8. x 10-2: 2 x 92 (Z+N equal as in alpha-particles).
  531/975 =    54,46., x 10-2:   54. = surplus of N.

 

5. A square for figures 1-9 arranged to give the sum 15 in all directions:

Note the division of 92 Z in odd 2-figure numbers 35 + 57, circa a partition 2/3:
compare the division of Uranium into Sr (38 Z) and Ba 56 Z.

   Note perhaps too the orthogonal relation between N and Z ! ?
    
* 15 = the sum of a 5-4-3-2-1-chain.

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