CHAPTER I
Terms and definitions

LIQUID

 LIQUID - is a state of aggregation of the “hedgehogs”-isotopes formed after compounding to the “hedgehogs”-chemical elements “gas”, one neutrons’ pentad on each of the two ends of the vertical axis with the South poles.

  The longest axis, which the gravitational flow turns to the horizontal (or rather, perpendicular) position, has occurred in the given “hedgehog”. The behavior of the “hedgehog”-liquid radically changes in distinction from the “hedgehog”-gas, which is rotating around the vertical axis, namely it changes to rotating around the long horizontal axis. In the horizontal plane of the slow rotation of the longest axis with the South poles, one by one the short axes with the North poles periodically occur, rotating around it, and as a result, we have a periodically alternating magnetic field. The most known liquid is water (Í2Î). Is it possible to be obtained by compounding Hydrogen with Oxygen in the gas state? Let’s examine their possible coupling in the horizontal plane. The compounding is impossible – all poles are North under normal conditions (760 mm Hg and t=0îÑ). As we see, without transformation of Hydrogen or Oxygen into the isotope-“liquid”, water would not occur. After compounding in the gravitational flow to the long vertical axis of the “hedgehog”-gas Oxygen of two neutrons’ pentads, we will obtain a long axis, which will turn horizontally and four needles with the North poles on their ends will rotate around it – it is a “hedgehog” isotope-“liquid”. As we see, the long axis of Oxygen with the end poles S-S in the horizontal plane could compound with N – the pole of Hydrogen in which the coupling four moved neutrons apart in comparison with the four closely moved neutrons together of the Oxygen end pentad. The compound has an ionic bond but it is extremely weakened but for four moved neutrons apart in Hydrogen on the N – pole. Hydrogen coupling will weight that side of the isotope-“liquid” of Oxygen and it will go down. In that molecule ÎÍ, the long axis with the South pole on the top again will become vertical around which the needles will rotate and it will behave like gas with the North but not South pole below its vertical and there will be another four coupling horizontal planes with two North and two South poles. Those four horizontal coupling points of Hydrogen have hybrid magnet bonds with Oxygen and the coupling with them is hampered. Let’s set aside the isotope-“liquid” Oxygen for a while and consider the isotope-“liquid” Hydrogen. It’s Deuterium – a horizontal stick with different poles on the horizontal and the North poles on the vertical. It couples easily with the “hedgehog”-gas Oxygen on the horizontal and the vertical. On compounding in the ÎÍ molecule with hybridization of the magnetic fields from any position, the end result will be the same: the heavy needle will go down and Oxygen will behave like gas. Let’s make a point of the fact that the relative mass of the molecules “Hydrogen gas + isotope-“liquid” Oxygen” and “isotope-“liquid” Deuterium + Oxygen gas” will be equal and it will be 178 neutrons, as good as in the Í2Î molecule, in which the compounding looks as “2 ‘hedgehogs’- Hydrogen gas + Oxygen gas”, and the relative mass is 177 neutrons. Modern measuring technologies are unable today, and ever generally, to determine the difference in the relative mass of the molecules at the rate of 1 neutron. By the relative mass, the above considered two ÎÍ compounds in modern chemistry will be considered as Í2Î and they are basic for one reason: four Oxygen needles with North poles have to rotate around the long axis. Otherwise, at the presence of the rotating needles of the different poles, the crystal coupling will occur to form crystalline solid. In water, all Oxygen free rotating needles have to obtain the end North poles and it is automatically secured in the interaction of long and short chains of liquid, the neutron interaction with the Oxygen rotating free needles with their mutual magnetic repulsion, the mutual action of which we call as viscosity. Í2Î compounding is also possible, it will look “2 ‘hedgehogs’-Hydrogen gas + isotope-‘liquid’ Oxygen” with relative mass at the rate of 187 neutrons and rotating needles of the different poles. That molecule is always present in water but it is not basic. The gravitational flow makes Oxygen needles twist. Without any problems, the ÎÍ molecule, having beneath Hydrogen or Deuterium, is able to couple their North pole with the Oxygen South pole of a similar molecule beneath, forming the short chain (ÎÍ)n, or as we have commonly read 2Î)n, which will arrange the long axis horizontally. Coupling longer chains of water in the horizontal plane occurs in two variants – “Hydrogen + Oxygen” or “Hydrogen + Hydrogen”. The fastest uncoupling occurs on compounding “Hydrogen + Hydrogen”: there is not magnetic fields hybridization there. The passage of water to ice will be considered in the item .