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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Electronic Lattices

The visible world consists of electronic lattices composed of orbitrons, spinons and holons.  An orbitron is a particle with an angular momentum quantum number.  In one form, its oscillations may give rise to neutrinos.  A holon is usually defined as synonym for chargon, but is sometimes defined as its antiparticle.  A holon is a charged boson.  A spinon is neutral, charge ½ fermion.  Spinons can bind together with an elastic force in a pair called a magnon.    A holon and a spinon can also bind together. By changing the surface energy of the lattices, you change the way they interact. For example, by lowering the surface energy of graphene oxide membrane you can make it super hydrophilic and change the color.  The collective behavior of charged particles confined within a two dimensional lattice gives rise to photons at the edges.  How many more dimensions are needed to produce gravity?

Today it possible to create allotropes of elements and compounds held together by electronic lattices that where declared to be impossible in the last century.  Look at the solid allotropes of Xenon and hydrogen.  Who would have dreamed living in a world with everything from Fermi degenerate plasmas of electrons or hydrogen ions to chiral A-A layering of graphene?  Everything is now possible.  Earth could be made into a paradise for everyone with just some graphene oxide, but who would believe?

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