Neutron Chemistry

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Re: Neutron Chemistry

#41  Postby Arcanyn » Aug 16, 2013 12:11 pm

On a similar note, I think it's pretty closed minded how in mathematics they spend so much time focusing on numbers rather than insect classifications and hippopotamus feeding habits.
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Re: Neutron Chemistry

#42  Postby romansh » Aug 16, 2013 4:34 pm

Arthur Methoxy wrote:The arbitrary conceptual barriers between Nuclear physics and chemistry can be loosened by understanding and implementing the possibility of re-arranging the chemical periodic tale according to neutrons, not protons.

You have said this.
Can you give an example of what new chemistry insights I might gain by rearranging the periodic table in terms of number of neutrons?

One that comes to mind is that hydrogen and deuterium have very similar chemical properties despite having zero and one neutrons respectively. Just one example please.
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