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Oxidation-Reduction and Acid-Base Reactions   Leave a comment

Explanation about Oxidation-Reduction and Acid-Base reactions using a model with two intersected gravitational fields that vary (expand and contract) cyclically. In this case the gravitational fields vary with opposite phases, causing electronic asymmetry.

For us, electrons are not attracted by matter because of its electronegativity, electrons are a field that moves toward a side or the another because of the variation of gravitational fields that create it in their mutual intersection.

We think that matter doesn’t have inside of it any “subaparticle” with electrical charges, electrical charges are fields that experience different pressures and motions because of the variations of the intersected gravitational fields that create them.


A concrete example with a CO2 molecule:


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