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Actual chemistry is not able to respond to give a simple interpretation of enthalpy released in a chemical reaction, neither to a chemical structure to a compound known maybe from antiquity. Maybe you can help me and make clear how, according to mass energy equivalence, accepted by actual quantum chemistry, a part of reagent mass is transformed in energy? From where we chunk a part of mass to transform in energy? From electron or from nucleus? How appear a electron which change 0.001% from its mass in energy?
Sophie,I think next week I will put a last thread regarding the mechanism of organic reaction in a new interpretation. Probably you think that my job is to answer from our to hour at any question made by a forum visitors. Most of the questions are not directly related to the subject of the thread but to other implication, so I'm not the principal actor of diversions.As I told you, I have a job, I have to work at the basis of this theory, I have to care of my family and my garden and after that I read the messages (generally after midnight). I think there are a lot of interesting threads on the forum and please read them until I will be able to post the new thread. If I wouldn't prepare my journey (about 2500 km) the thread were ready in this weekend.
Probably you think that my job is to answer from our to hour at any question made by a forum visitors.