water liquidity , why at room temp. ?

Discussion in 'Chemistry' started by river, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    Any problem?
    Of bloody course there's a problem.

    Why is it evidence?
    What energy is being released?
    What do quarks and their "combination" have to do with the molecular configuration?

    My MAIN problem, however, is the same problem I have with ALL of your posts: they appear to be completely devoid of thinking.
    They give every appearance having been aseembled from some science-buzz-word jigsaw puzzle.
     
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  3. river Valued Senior Member

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  5. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    How is that evidence?

    How do you know?
    What studies have shown this?

    In other words you're just making shit up and can'r explain it at all.

    No, you're making unfounded claims that you can't even defend rationally let alone logically or scientifically.

    How the f*ck does a question like "why is the liquidity of water evidence of energy release" get the answer "the liquid we call water"?
    I'll ask again: what is your native language, because I'm afraid to say the translation isn't working in at least one direction.

    Certainly it can. If you're not interested in it being rational, supportable or coherent.

    Hold on I'll ask the cat what the evidence is. He says "Meow". That's at least as scientific as anything you've given as "evidence" or "support" so far.

    It's 1 AM: I've had my fill of sheer bollocks tonight, I'm going to bed.
     
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  7. river Valued Senior Member

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    look Dywyddyr

    my thinking is based on radium , an element , and in the decay there is a radon gas

    which is highly radioactive

    that gas is released from within the element of radium

    inotherwords radium is releasing an energy that is not based on the atom interacting with any other atom

    the radium element , atom , is releasing energy purely on it own

    and it does so from within itself
     
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  8. river Valued Senior Member

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    the quantum world is within every atom and/or element
     
  9. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Yes, the problem is that it has no basis on any sort of science what so ever. I am not giving you crap, it is just the way it is.

    If the responses to your questions were not complete then ask more questions for further clarification!
     
  10. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Radium is an element, an unstable element. Radium has 226 protons and neutrons in it's nucleus. This unstable element decays by emitting an alpha particle from the nucleus, this alpha particle consists of 2 neutrons and 2 protons. The Radium has been converted to the new element Radon. Radon has 222 protons and neutrons in its nucleus.

    Gas is NOT released from Radium, Radium becomes a new element a gas called Radon. Radon then decays by emitting another alpha particle to become the element Polonium. This 'decay chain' continue until it finally becomes the element Lead and is stable.

    Radium is part of the decay chain of Uranium. These heavy elements are created in supernovas. I guess you could say the energy in Radium originates in the supernova that created these atoms.
     
  11. river Valued Senior Member

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    thats not what my dictionary says , in part

    " emits alpha particles and gamma rays " to form radon

    and radon is a gas"
     
  12. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    I fear you are misreading your dictionary or perhaps a better source than a dictionary will give a more complete description.

    Your dictionary is correct though, just a bit too brief.

    [An atom of Radium] emits [an] alpha particle[] and [a] gamma ray[] [this converts the Radium 226 atom] to from [a] Radon [222 atom] and radon is a gas.

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  13. river Valued Senior Member

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    the essence of the " flame " is what I'm trying to understand here

    what is the flame burning off ?

    to have a flame implies a gas of some sort does it not ?
     
  14. Repo Man Valued Senior Member

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    Well, just wait until someone invents Ice 9.
     
  15. river Valued Senior Member

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    so nobody knows what this " flame " is actually " burning " then ?

    interesting
     

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