What is Delta G in physics?
I’m going to take a very brief trip down memory lane here. In the last decade or so there have been a number of advances in chemistry on the level of the basic understanding of the chemical elements. One of the best examples is the creation of the Delta G system at least by David Harrod who has won Nobel prizes in chemistry. The Delta G system is actually fairly primitive but it is a pretty simple and elegant way of looking at the forces in nature. The best example of this in practice is the creation of the electron and nuclear forces which now work much better than at all a long time ago. Many examples of this are a little bit more complicated, like the creation of the weak nuclear force that makes the Higgs field. There is now, to say the least, a whole new world of science.
Now, let’s move on to physics.
How do electrons behave in water?
The picture with water doesn’t really work that well because we’re not very good at studying water from the outside in, like how it would behave as a liquid. We can take a more accurate picture with molecules but they aren’t quite as simple as the picture with the electrons, so to speak. Most of the electrons you do see are quite small and their interaction on molecules becomes more and more of a complex system.
I’m going to take a break here and talk about some of those aspects of science. How does water behave as a liquid? We can see it by the fact that it’s a gas at room temperature because as you go down you see more stuff that would make your hair stand up. The water has enough charge because the water molecules are moving faster and farther than the air molecules are moving (just because they are farther away is another part of the picture). This means that there is more mass on the liquid water molecules, and therefore that the fluid’s flow becomes less turbulent as they move slower and faster.
What’s happening? What are the forces involved?
One of the fundamental aspects of water is that it’s a liquid at all. The reason being is that as the molecules in the water get closer together they begin to vibrate. These vibrations are called waves. These vibrations come up with these forces, such as the hydrogen and oxygen, and they also have their own vibrational frequencies. These waves can be thought as waves of energy because they are moving, just like the water vibrations. This all gets transferred to your