TRANSFORMATION HAEMOGLOBIN IN UREA - CREATININ

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INTRODUCTION

This work is an untraditional look at the chemistry content, of two materials in blood. These materials (Urea-Creatinin) increase in blood if kidney disease is present. Urea-Creatinin materials are the product of Haemoglobin transformations, and the proof of this is mutual relation of Haemoglobin molecules and Urea - Creatinin molecules.
This is a new point of view, and offers a new possibility for Oxygen and vitamin treatment of Kidney diseases.
This is the explanation of chemistry content,and the explanation creations of Urea-Creatinin.
Four theses are connected with-Kidney disease, and intended for doctors.
The theses are theoretical, illustrated, and awaiting acknowledgment.

Hypothesis 1

Urea and Creatinin evolve in the blood as a result of the transformation of Haemoglobin, and exchange the Iron (Fe) core of haemoglobin with a Carbon (C) atom from CO2 creating the core of Urea - Creatinin.

Hypothesis 2

Urea and Creatinin are the same substance. Urea and Creatinin have the same basic form. That basic form can change structure in both directions: - from Urea in Creatinin and from Creatinin in Urea.
Hypothesis 3

Urea and Creatinin have a basic form, which can disintegrate with the same method.
Hypothesis 4

Natural disintegration of Urea-Creatinin in carbon dioxide and water can explain: Anaemia, Lung-Kidney and Leukaemia diseases.

THESIS 1


Simple analysis

 Urea (NH2)2CO  
  Solid atoms consist of:    Gas atoms consist of : 
- 1 Carbon atom  - 2 Nitrogen atoms
 - 4 Hydrogen atoms
 - 1 Oxygen atom


 Creatinin C4H7N3
  Solid atoms consist of:    Gas atoms consist of : 
- 4 Carbon atoms  - 3 Nitrogen atoms
 - 7 Hydrogen atoms
 - 1 Oxygen atom


Graphic analysis


       Urea (NH2)2CO                  Creatinin (C4H7N3O)

Creation of Urea

(NH2)2CO


Haemoglobin disease deforms the structure of haemoglobin, and a spiral substance separates Iron (Fe) core from Oxygen (O2) atoms. The transport of Oxygen decreases, and Oxygen is missing in the blood and in cells of the body.
The body cells release CO2 (carbon dioxide) that generates hydrocarbon CH4 (methane)in 2H2O (water).

Basic formula:
  CO2 + 2H2O → CO2 + H4O2→ CH4 + O2 + O2  

Two Oxygen atoms are transferred in the body cells, and these two Oxygen atoms connect with hydrocarbons.

(See Thesis 2)

CH4 + O2→ CH4O2

Four Nitrogen (N) atoms and the connection with the Iron (Fe) core of haemoglobin disintegrate. The Iron (Fe)
core excludes from Haemoglobin and Carbon (C) atom from CO2 is attracted in the structure.

(See Iron (Fe) core of Haemoglobin)
A pair of Nitrogen atoms connect with CH4O2 (hydrocarbon dioxide) and constitute Urea. (Figure 1)

N2 + CH4O2→ (NH2)2CO

One Oxygen (O) atom connects to a molecule in the urea structure chain, and a second Oxygen atom
is excluded.

Figure 1
Two atoms of Oxygen (O2) are transferred in cells of the body, and this Oxygen connects with a Carbon (C) atom from the body cells:
O2 + C → CO2

Now a chain reaction begins and the process repeats:

CO2 + 2H2O → CH4 + O2 + O2

CH4 + O 2 +  O 2 → in body cells

CH4 + O 2
             Hydrocarbon dioxide

Creations with a two Urea structure are possible with connection of four Nitrogen(N) atoms, from one transformable Haemoglobin cell.  

One Haemoglobin molecule is destroyed, and two Urea or a half Creatinin structure are created.

  N2 + CH4O2 creates a second Urea molecule.  


Figure 2


Oxygen (O2) transports Carbon (C) atoms from the body cells, and with a 2H2O connection a chain reaction of

CO2 + 2H2O continues.

  increase Urea - Creatinin value = decrease in Haemoglobin value  


Creation of Creatinin (C4H7N3O)


A four Urea structure is created and two Haemoglobin molecules are destroyed. A stable structure has a basic
Creatinin form (figure 3), with surplus of 7 Oxygen, 9 Hydrogen and 5 Nitrogen atoms.

Figure 3

A Carbon atom core is in the connection with Nitrogen (N) atoms and four Hydrogen (H) atoms. Two pairs of Nitrogen atoms form the chain. The structure of Creatinin is created, but the structure is not compact because it contains different physical properties (Carbon is solid , Nitrogen is gas , Hydrogen and Oxygen is gas or liquid). Therefore four Carbon (C) atoms form the core in Creatinin molecule. Hydrogen, Nitrogen and Oxygen atoms now transform the gas chain by attracting or excluding atoms.


Creatinin molecule in Figure 4

 Figure 4 



Simple control Creatinin structure
The composition of the Creatinin structure:(See Figure 3)

  Total Creatinin
  structure
  1.includes   excludes   missing   surplus   2.includes   excludes
 4 Carbon atoms 4   4   4  
 16 Hydrogen
  atoms
7 9     7 2  
 8 Nitrogen atoms 3 5     3 2
 8 Oxygen atoms 1 7   1 1  

A chain reaction continues with 7 Oxygen atoms, and Oxygen connects with Carbon(C) from cells in the form of CO2. The fourth Carbon (C) atom in the form of CO2 is transported by O2 from the body cells, and included in the second Creatinin structure.
The surplus of 1 Oxygen (O) atom is included in another Creatinin molecule.
Six Oxygen atoms are in the mutual relation with eight CO2 and four 2H2O cycles.

See Creatinin O2 cycle

Another Creatinin molecule excludes two Hydrogen and two Nitrogen atoms. See Figure 5

Figure 5

This form is the beginning of the next Urea - Creatinin structure.

 For creating four Urea or two Creatinin structures, two Haemoglobin molecules are transformed. 

THESIS 2

  UREA  (NH2)2CO



  2H2

Both Urea and Creatinin have the same beginning; CO2 (carbon dioxide) + 2H2O (water).
Water content determines the direction of the chemistry process.

       From body cells
            ↓
2H2O → H4O2 → H4 +(O2 +C) → H4+ CO2 → CH4O2

CH4O2 + H2N2 (structure)→ N2H4CO + H2O → (NH2)2CO excludes H2O

The process repeats with the surplus of H2O

H2O + CO2→H2CO3 + H2 N2 → N2H4CO + O2 →(NH2)2CO excludes O2

Process repeats with the surplus of O2 (see Creatinin)


  CONCLUSION: Urea has two creation modes.  
  COMPLETE CREATION     HALF CREATION  
  2*(CH4O2)+(N2)+(N2)     CH4O2 + H2N2  
  One Haemoglobin molecule     H2CO3 + H2 N2  


  CREATININ   C4H7N3O



  O2 


Creatinin O2 cycle


Creation of the Creatinin is a repeating process, in the first 2x4 cycles Oxygen (O2) transfers Carbon (C) from
body cells into the two Creatinin structures :

1. O2+ C →(CO2)→ C atom is attracted into the structure, and O2 goes into the next cycle.
2. O2+ C →(CO2)→ C2 atoms are attracted into the structure, and O2 goes into the next cycle.
3. O2+ C →(CO2)→ C3 atoms are attracted into the structure, and O2 goes into the next cycle.
4. O2+ C →(CO2)→ C4 four carbon atoms form the core.

1. O2+ C →(CO2)→ C atom is attracted into the structure, and O2 goes into the next cycle.
2. O2+ C →(CO2)→ C2 atoms are attracted into the structure, and O2 goes into the next cycle.
3. O2+ C →(CO2)→ C3 atoms are attracted into the structure, and O2 goes into the next cycle.
4. O2+ C →(CO2)→ C4 four carbon atoms form the core.

In the next four cycles O2 connects Hydrogen (H) atoms from 2H2O with Creatinin.

1. O2+H4→(2H2O)→ H4atoms are attracted into the structure,and O2 goes into the next cycle.
2. O2+H4→(2H2O)→H8 atoms are attracted into the structure, and O2 goes into the next cycle.
3. O2+H4→(2H2O)→ H12atoms are attracted into the structure, and O2 goes into the next cycle.
4. O2+H4→(2H2O)→ H16 atoms are attracted into the structure, and O2 goes into the next cycle.

  In the two Creatinin structures there are eight Nitrogen (N) atoms from two transformed Haemoglobin molecules. 


  CONCLUSION     ATTRACTED     EXCLUDED  
 Cycle 1. is 2(C + H4 + N2)      
 Cycle 2. is 2(C + H4 + N2)      
 Cycle 3. is 2(C + H4 + N2)      
 Cycle 4. is 2(C + H4 + N2)     2(C4H7N3O)     H2N2(structure)  



 
THESIS 1 and 2
 
Graphic analysis
 

IRON (Fe) CORE OF HAEMOGLOBIN

 
  Fe  

The Haemoglobin core consists of two pairs of Nitrogen (N) atoms connected to an Iron (Fe) atom in the centre
(See Figure 6)
  Figure 6   Molecule content
FeN4


The valency of the Iron (Fe) is only two electrons in the 4. shell.
Carbon has four electrons in 2. shell , and a stable CO2 connection.

  The central atom changes place, and the Carbon (C) atom changes the structure of Haemoglobin.  
  Valency defines the position of atoms, with the Carbon (C) atom in the centre. (Figure 7) 


 FeN4 + CO  ( See CO in Example 14) → CN4 → CN2O   excludes Fe   excludes N2   

See Iron
See Nitrogen

 FeN4 + CO + O  ( See CO + O in Example 22B) → CN2O   excludes FeN2O    


 FeN4 + CO2  ( See CO2 in Example 23) → CN2O2   excludes Fe   excludes N2    


Figure 7      ←  Include C atom  
 →  Exclude Fe atom  


Free Oxygen (O2) atoms in the next cycle transport four Hydrogen (H) atoms.
Hydrogen is transported with Oxygen in the form of 2H2O.

The Urea structure can include and exclude atoms (Figure 8)

Figure 8      ←  Include H4  
 →  Exclude N2  


 We have a closed cycle with (H2 N2) structure form.(Figure 9 and 4)  

Figure 9      ←  Include H2O  
 →  Exclude O  


  The remaining Oxygen (O) atom transports two Hydrogen (H) atoms in the form of H2O  
  Next step: H2 N2 + H2O + CO2 →(NH2)2CO →Exclude O2
  Next step: O2+ 2C4 →C8O2+H16+ N8 →2(C4 H7N3O)→Exclude H2 N2 




  TRANSFORMATION OF HAEMOGLOBIN IN UREA CREATININ IS DEMONSTRATED  


 
THESIS 3
 
 

UREA - CREATININ DISINTEGRATION

 

 Urea molecule (NH2)2CO disintegrates in three modes: 
Disintegrates in: H2O  (See Example 14)
CH4  (See Example 28)
NH3  (See Example 29)
CO  (See Example 14)

 Urea molecule (NH2)2CO2 disintegrates in two modes: 
  Disintegrates in: 2H2O  (See Example 30)
CH4  (See Example 28)
CO2  (See Example 29)

Urea and Creatinin have the same basic form (CO2 +2H2O), and possibly for disintegration by the same method .

 

ENERGY (N) COMPONENT"



 

  N 4 Nitrogen atoms from Urea - Creatinin can be removed with B6 Vitamin


Vitamin B6 substance - Pyridoxine metabolises protein and amino acids.
Amino acids contain (N) Nitrogen atoms, and with B6 vitamin, amino acid converts into Protein. Protein gives muscle energy.

 Pyridoxine helps in removing the Nitrogen from amino acids, making them available as sources of muscle energy.  


 

CREATION OF AMINO ACID

 


When Urea -Creatinin is disintegrated, all its chemical elements are included in the amino acid. Carbon atom is the core, with a Nitrogen connection in the atoms structure.
Amino acids contains many different elements.

UREA OXYGEN BALANCE



In the graphic below we see two graphic molecules together.

By breathing Oxygen O2 Urea disintegrates in: hydrogen peroxide H2O2 See Example

   N2  H4  C   O    N2  H4  C   O 


H2+ O2 → H2 O2
  H2O + O

C + O2 → CO2




By breathing Oxygen O2 Urea disintegrates from: hydro carbon CH4 See Example 28

  N2  H4  C   O    N2  H4  C   O 

C + H4 → CH4 + 2O2 → CO2 + 2H2O



CREATININ OXYGEN BALANCE



In the graphic below we see two graphic molecules together.
By breathing Oxygen O2 disintegrate two Creatinin structures from hydrocarbon in: CH4, H2O, CO2, H2O2

 C4  H7   N3  O     C4   H7   N3  O 

C + H4 → CH4 + 2O2 → CO2 + 2H2O

C + O2 → CO2

H + O + H + O → H2 O2


Balancing Creatinin is possible with Oxygen O2 atoms.
The result of disintegration is 4H2O (water molecules) and O2 Oxygen for the next disintegrated cycles.


Disintegrated Creatinin in: carbonic acid H2CO3
By breathing Oxygen (O2), the Creatinin structure disintegrates from H2CO3 in: CO2 and H2O, or CO and H2O2

 C4  H7  N3  O      C4  H7   N3  O 

CO2 + H2O → H2CO3
H2CO3 → CO2 + H2O
H2CO3 → CO + H2O2



Balancing Creatinin is possible with Oxygen (O2) atoms.

The result of disintegration is that CO2 and H2O are present in all combinations, and the creation of Urea Creatinin occurs continuosly.
The breathing of Oxygen 2O2 is important to prevent the initiation of chain reactions and Urea-Creatinin creation.

OXYGEN CONNECTION


  2O2  


Oxygen 2O2 is connect in the lungs with haemoglobin's Iron (Fe) core.
In the cells of the body 2O2 Oxygen disintegrates into O2 + O2. Oxygen for cell breathing connect Carbon from cells and in form CO2 is breathed out into the atmosphere.
One Oxygen O2 atoms go into the body cells, and a second Oxygen O2 atom connects with a Carbon (C) atom and leaves the body cells in the form of CO2. This is normal healthy 2O2 cycle.
Disease develops according to the CO2 % that remains in the blood after the lung gas exchange.

THESIS 4

CONCLUSION:


Urea-Creatinin in the blood is the result of a deficiency of Oxygen(O2) and transformation of Haemoglobin's
Iron(Fe) core in the Carbon(C) core of Urea-Creatinin. Carbon core Creatinin contains four Carbon atoms,
which accumulate in the Glomerulus,and prevent H2O water secretion.
Water accumulates in the blood, and the creation of Urea Creatinin begins in the reaction with Carbon dioxide.
Disintegration of Urea-Creatinin is the connection of Oxygen with all chemical elements,and the aim is
the natural breathing out of the (CO2) in the atmosfere and the kidneys secretion H2O.

Natural Urea-Creatinin disintegration has three forms:

ANAEMIA form



The transformation from Haemoglobin in Urea - Creatinin is a slow process.
Disintegrated elements CO2 and H2O are naturally excreted by the lungs and in the kidneys.

LUNG and KIDNEY disease form



The transformation from Haemoglobin in Urea-Creatinin is a slow process.
The lungs do not excrete the disintegrated element CO2, and carbon atoms increase in the blood and accumulate in the glomerulus. Secretion of H2O by the Kidneys decreases, and both CO2 and H2 O increase in the blood.
The initiation of a chain reaction CO2 + H2O is created.
Transformation from Haemoglobin in Urea Creatinin has a balanced form:

   2 Haemoglobin molecules = 4 Urea molecules = 2 Creatinin molecules

Oxygen and Iron insufficiency cause CO2 central atom changes. Carbon atom is basic for the transformation of Haemoglobins in Urea Creatinin, and can help in understanding Anaemia, Kidney disease and Leukaemia.

LEUKAEMIA form >



The transformation from Haemoglobin in Urea Creatinin is individual.
Naturally disintegrated elements CO2 and H2O are naturally excreted by the lungs and kidneys.
Haemoglobin disappears and Urea Creatinin is not created.
A characteristic of Leukaemia is unbalanced Lung - Kidney function.
The Carbon atom from CO2 is removed, and free O2 connects with Hydrogen atoms. The connection of Oxygen and Hydrogen atoms has H2O and 2H2O forms.
Nitrogen atoms from destroyed Haemoglobin cells do not create Urea Creatinin because of the missing Carbon (C) atom core (CO2 excreted by the lungs).
Low Oxygen and haemoglobin cause tiredness. The kidneys normally separates H2O and the disease can hide and diagnosis is difficult.

Author


I have a subconscious instinct to search for the cause of my disease. Despite ten years of treatment, the disease has not been cured.
My conclusion is that medical treatments are not effective because the disease
has progressed. I believe that by continually searching I must eventually achieve results.
Suddenly one night, my subconscious mind began to dictate this theoretical work.
All my arguments have the aim, discussions in doctor's circles and practical acknowledgment or excluding.



© Vladimir Lazic,   Denmark   March 2009

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Part two


SOLIDIFICATION PROCESS FOR CREATININE

The transformation from haemoglobin in urea-creatinin is a slow chemical process. When chemical transformation is finished, the creatinin molecule excludes H7N3O in one solidification process (Figure10).
The solidification process attracts central C4 carbon atoms to the centre of the molecule and excludes atoms from the periphery.

Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:
   - stable carbon C4 molecule with a covalent bond between C atoms.See Carbon data
   - two NH3 (ammonia) molecule see Ammonia data
   - one H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide) see Hydrogen peroxide data (water molecule + oxygen atom)
   - N2 (nitrogen atoms)

The excluded H7N3O atoms form two NH3 (ammonia) molecules,
and remain NHO-nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen atoms attract NHO-nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen atoms from another creatinin molecule (see two graphic molecules together).

N + N  →  N2

N2 can remain in the blood or can be excreted in urine.
For N2 in blood (See Creation of Urea (NH2)2CO)

and   HO + HO →  H2O2

 H2O2 →  H2O + O

(See Urea - Creatinin Disintegration)


Solidification process (see two graphic molecules together.Figure 10)

Figure 10



One creatinin molecule disintegrates in:
  
- stable carbon C4 molecule with a covalent bond between C atoms. See Carbon data

   - one NH3 (ammonia) molecule see Ammonia data
   - one H2O (water) molecule see Water
   - N2H2 (nitrogen and hydrogen atoms) (see Figure 4)

Excluded H7N3O atoms form one NH3 (ammonia) molecule, one H2O (water) molecule, and N2H2 nitrogen and hydrogen atoms.


Solidification process (one graphic molecule)(Figure11).

Figure 11



C4 CARBON NANO FILTRATION



The body performs self regulation of water.
If oxygen in the blood is low, body cells obtain it from cell water (See Thesis 2)
, and blood has a high concentration of CO2 (carbon dioxide) See Carbon dioxide and CH4 (methane) See Methane .

This is very important for the separation of O2 (oxygen) and H2O (water) from CO2 (carbon dioxide) and CH4 (methane) gas molecules.


The kidneys' glomerulus separates chemical elements and accumulates carbon in capillaries.
Carbon atoms create a nanonet and include C (carbon) atoms and exclude remains. The remains of the chemistry elements pass or not pass across the nanonet.

The carbon atoms' nanonet includes C (carbon atom) from CO2 (carbon dioxide), and excludes O2 , two oxygen atoms see Oxygen.
From molecules, CH4 (methane) separates carbon, and excludes H4 hydrogen atoms.
Excluded O2 and H4 create O2+ H4  →  2H2O (Figure 12).

Figure 12


This water remains in the blood or passes across the carbon net.
The carbon nanonet enlarges volume and decreases flow in the capillaries, accumulating more and more excluded chemistry elements, finally creating a blood clot.

see ( g) Amorphous Carbon Nanonet

  Solidification process and chemistry transformation is finished.    


CELL HAEMOGLOBIN Creatinin Value


Figure 13

The cell haemoglobin [C] value is the number (5), which indicates the (creatinin molecule) number.
Cell haemoglobin has 4 haemo with (Fe) iron atoms in the centre (Figure 13).
Calculated with 16 nitrogen atoms in 4 haemo as basic (Figure 14).
Cell haemoglobin has 16 N (nitrogen atoms). This is enough to create 5 creatinin molecules, and 1nitrogen atom remains as a surplus.
Two cells of haemoglobin are enough for 10 creatinin molecules and 1 urea molecule.

Figure 14
    1 2 3 4

10 creatinin molecules and 1 urea molecule have 10 x 4 + 2 = 42 (C) carbon atoms see Carbon data..
Disintegration of two haemoglobin cells can create 42 carbon atoms and a nanonet clot. Carbon atoms accumulate as a cap in the glomerulus capillaries.
The C4 carbon molecule is stable and can connect with another carbon molecule chemically.
Components of urine are chemically excluded molecules end atoms; that is chemistry excludes elements and they cannot be connected.
Clots in the heart, brain and the kidneys clot form due to the different pressure.
All blood and urine molecules and elements are under the influence of:
       - different pressure
       - temperature
       - speed flow
       - flow resist
       - viscosity
       and time.
Those components have characteristics in the LAWS OF PHYSICS.

GLOMERULAR CLINING

LAWS OF PHYSICS


Each blood vessel has a different pressure, speed flow, flow resistance, and blood consistency. The pulse is a time characteristic.
Different pressures in the body are measured in (mmHg). The pulse is measured in beats per minute.
It is measured in mmHg for systolic blood pressure and diastolic pressure,and pulse measuring is separated.
Blood flow is a pulse component; flow resistance and consistency are pressure components and depend on temperature.

See Law of Physics for different pressure


See More In Renal Blood Flow


Systolic blood pressure - Diastolic pressure = Flow resist


see Vascular resistance


see Hypertension


Table 1
Pulse/min Blood amount [mil] Systolic mmHg Diastolic mmHg Flow resist mmHg/d Capilar mmHg Bowman tub mmHg

In flow resistance mmHg/d (d = diameter) (for exam... the diameter of the afferent arterioles is equal to the sum of the diameters of all glomerulus capillary vessels).
For example..(Table 1) Pulse 50, blood amount 10 millilitres, blood volume is 500 mil/min (50x10=500). If pulse increases, the volume also increases . If blood volume increases, systolic blood pressure increases too. Diastolic pressure and flow resistance increase flow speed and
decrease pressure inside the glomerular capillaries (Laws of Physic).
Speed increasing maintains the blood amount, and the diastolic blood amount remains equal to the systolic blood amount.


(see Law of Physics)

CONCLUSION:


Blood pressure inside the glomerulus capillaries is equal to the pressure in the Bowmans capsule,

and the proximal tubule.

Each body has individual blood pressure and different blood vessels. There is a specific blood pressure ZONE (Figure 14.1) for precise blood pressure, for each organism. Medical blood pressure decreases or increases can move capillary filtration from the Bowman's capsule (Table 1).
If blood pressure decreases, capillary vessel pressure increases and creates a different pressure in the Bowman's capsule. This pressure is not equal to the pressure in the Bowman's tubule, and no filtration from the glomerulus occurs.

Figure 14.1


Different pressure between blood inside capillary vessels (glomerulus) and urine outside capillary vessels in Bowman's capsule and the proximal tubule (Figure 15).
Figure 15

Pressure between blood inside capillary vessels (glomerulus) and urine outside capillary vessels in the Bowman's capsule and the proximal tubule (Figure 16) must be equal (Laws of Physics).



Figure 16


Only if equality (pressure equality) exists can free flow across capillaries be ensured. (see Capillary)
Capillaries separate all chemistry elements at equal pressure or hold back because of differences in pressure. Different pressure between blood inside capillary vessels (glomerulus) and urine outside capillary vessels in the Bowman's capsule and the proximal tubule (Figure 17).
Figure 17


Blood pressure varies depending on the body's activities (sleeping, drinking alcohol or coffee, walking, working .....). These activities can move capillary filtration from and back to the Bowman's capsule.
Blood pressure increases and decreases, Blood speed increases and decreases and capillary pressure oscillates and regulates flow. Changes in speed flow change blood consistence in the capillaries (Law of Physics).
Regulation of pressure in the Bowman's capsule is carried out by each organism itself.

GLOMERURAL CLEANING PRINCIPLE


Blood pressure oscillation is the difference in the blood amount; in an analogy with physics, this is only fluid weight expressed as force. This force holds capillary valves open or closed (see next videos for the analogy between blood clots and capillary valves).
More fluid means more force, and more force means more closed capillary valves (Figure 18).

Example:

If pressure A is greater, the capillary valve is closed.
If pressure B is greater, the capillary valve is opened and flow is opposite.
If pressures A and B are equal, the position of the capillary valve is irrelevant (no pressure influence over capillary valve). This means that the capillary valve is leaky in both directions.

Figure 18


Opening Capillary Valve with tweezer (Figure 19)

Figure 19  (see VIDEO)

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This law of physics can be used in glomerulus cleaning, by using equal fluid pressure (between blood and urine). This principle is also used in peritoneal dialysis (see Peritoneal dialysis)..
Dialysis fluid has fluid weight as force and this force opens the capillaries in the stomach (osmotic flow).

(Example: Peritoneal dialysis 1.36%W/V/13.6 mg/m has the chemical formula C6H12O6. This means 6 C atoms and 6 water molecules. 4C (carbon) atoms can include only two ammonia molecules (see Figure 10), or one ammonia molecule and one water molecule (see Figure 11).
These chemistry elements can be included only if pressure is equal.
If the pressure is not equal, capillaries accumulate clots on the high pressure side.
When (blood and urine) pressure in the Bowman's capsule is equal, blood clotting is irrelevant because flow is osmotic and free in both directions.

(See next video demonstration for this law of physics.)

- Fluid pressure is different when fluid height is different, (fluid weight and fluid height are forces).
- Fluid pressure is equal when fluid height is equal.
- Equal fluid height opens capillary osmotic flow (fluid mix in experiment.- See Figure 20).


Figure 20  (see VIDEO)

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PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE IMPLANTATION


The pressure regulating valve secures urine flow. The regulating valve is normally closed and it opens with positive pressure (example 18 mmHg). Regulating valve implants are placed in the side of one or both ureters . After implantation, ureters are closed and accumulate urine. When urine pressure comes (for example at 18 mmHg), the regulating valve loses the surplus of urine and by closing, secures a constant (18 mmHg) pressure. This pressure is EQUAL throughout (ureter, renal pelvis, distal tubule, proximal tubule, Bowman's capsule, afferent and efferent arteriole) the whole urinary system.

Equal pressure ensures secretion of urine (see Figure 21).

Figure 21


(see more in Valve example)

The pressure regulating valve defines the volume of (ureter and renal pelvis). This volume defines the urine amount and weight (valve opening force).

see Uretric Diameter

Example:
If the urethra and pelvis volume are 2350 mm³ then the approximate max systolic pressure is 168 mmHg and the calculated value for the valve is 168 / 10 = 16.8 = 17 mmHg.

[mm³] = / 10 [mmHg]


The regulating valve is a micro silicone tube with a diameter of 1.5-4.5 mm and length of 10-25 mm (Figure 22).
Medicine silicone (ELASTOSIL LR liquid silicone) has the most useful properties for valve production.


Figure 22   (see VIDEO)

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The pressure regulating valve can have different opening values, depending on the urethra and pelvis volume, or can have one general value (Example: 25 mmHg).

(see Production propose)

CONCLUSION:


Blood disease is now better explained and this explanation insists scientific control.
The kidneys are organs without influence (no scientific chemistry evidence for connection between urea-creatinin and kidney).
Kidneys do not produce chemical elements; Kidneys only accumulate excluded chemistry elements.

That means the exploration focus must be moved from the kidneys to the blood.

It also means that kidney transplantation is not necessary because the disease can be cured by using more effective methods.

Accumulating water in the body is the only result of change in breathing function.

The disease begins if oxygen is missing from the blood, which leads to an increase in CO2 and CH4 gas in blood.

This gas is important because it can produce water as an alternative for body cell breathing.


(See Thesis 2)

(see C4 Carbon Nano Filtration)

Body cells can change from breathing oxygen from air to oxygen from water, and the change causes CH4O2 (hydrocarbon dioxide)
to appear in the blood (Thesis 2).
Water in the lungs and feet is only an accumulating tank for oxygen from water, and the body accumulates water as, for example, fat.
The water accumulation process can be stopped and body cells can use oxygen from the air again.

Author



This investigation began in 2005, prompted by distrust in existing treatment.
At the beginning of part one it was only a hypothesis, but now the hypothesis has been proved.
I learned these laws of physics in my studies more than thirty years ago.
Suddenly, one day ten years ago, I realised the connection.

Now that the work is finished, all that remains to be achieved is practical scientific acknowledgment and utilization.

Vladimir Lazic    March 2011   Denmark

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Part three



SINGULARITY LAW

UREA-CREATININ AND HAEMOGLOBIN MOLECULES


Singularity law is dominant in creation Urea-Creatinin and Haemoglobin molecules.
Singularity law is permanent increasing number of chemistry elements.

Increasing numbers example:(see Cell division and Cell cycle).

(see Cell division)

(see Cell cycle)

Singularity example:

Binary division principle ( 1x2=2, 2x2=4, 4x2=8, 8x2=16...∞...):

1 2 4 8 16 32 64 128 256 512 1024 2048 4096 8192 16384 32768 65536 131072  262144...∞...

Singularity law in Urea molecule: (see Figure 23)


Singularity  one Urea molecule
1  1 central atom - Carbon (C)
1  1 first shell atoms - Oxigen (O) (separate sig.)
2  2 first shell atoms - Nitrogen (N)
4  4 second shell atoms - Hydrogen (H)

Figure 23


Singularity law continues in Creatinin molecule: (see Figure 24)


Singularity  Creatinin molecule
4  4 central atoms - Carbon (C) in 1 Creatinin molecule


Figure 24


Singularity of Creatinin molecules ceases here.
In a Creatinin molecule is missing one Nitrogen and two Hydrogen atoms.
Instead of NH2, an OH (one Oxygen and one Hydrogen atom) is located in Creatinin.
One Oxygen and one Hydrogen atom in a Creatinin molecule. (see Figure 24)

 Nonsingularity Creatinin firste shill (Nitrogen and Oxigen atoms):
Singularity  Creatinin molecule has 3 Nitrogen atoms
1  1 Oxygen atom  - in 1 Creatinin molecule
3  3 Nitrogen atoms - in 1 Creatinin molecule


 Nonsingularity Creatinin second shill (Hydrogen atoms):
Singularity  Creatinin molecule has 7 Hydrogen atoms
7  7 Hydrogen atoms in 1 Creatinin molecule

Hydrogen and Oxygen can produce electric energy through a mutual reaction.
That electrical energy is enough for an electron shill. Hydrogen and Oxygen are + charged.
This Creatinin molecule with Nitrogen and Hydrogen atoms is - charged.
Four Carbon atoms in the centre are conductive and electric energy is transmitted by electron shill.
Electric potential is a function of electron connection with other electrons.

Singularity law is Evolution law in direction of creating Singular Creatinin molecule


(See CREATING SINGULARY CREATININ MOLECULE)

Singular Creatinin molecule: (see Figure 24a)



Singularity continues in Singular Creatinin first shill:
    (1 Creatnin molecule = 4 Nitrogen atoms)

Singular (S) Creatinin molecule:
Singularity Creatinin molecules has 4 Nitrogen atoms
4  4 Nitrogen atoms - in 1 Creatinin molecule


Singularity continues in Singular (S) Creatinin second shill:
    (1 Creatinin molecule = 8 Hydrogen atoms)

Singular (S) Creatinin molecule:
Singularity Creatinin molecule has 8 Hydrogen atoms
8  8 Hydrogen atoms in 1 Creatinin molecule


Figure 24a

Singularity continues in increasing number of molecules
Singularity continues in 4,8,16...Creatinin molecules:
Singularity Creatinin molecules
16  16 central atoms - in 4 Creatinin molecules
32  32 central atoms - in 8 Creatinin molecules
64  64 central atoms - in 16 Creatinin molecules

Singularity continues in first shell
Singularity continues in first shell:
Singularity Haemoglobin molecule
64   64 Nitrogen (N) atoms in 16 Haemoglobin molecules
128   128 Nitrogen (N) atoms in 32 Haemoglobin molecules
256   256 Nitrogen (N) atoms in 64 Haemoglobin molecules


Hydrogen atoms theoretic exist in the second shell (see next table)

An example is the NH2 molecule, with one Nitrogen atom and two Hydrogen atoms.
Singularity calculating is:
     number Nitrogen atoms x 2 = number Hydrogen atoms.

Singularity continues in second shell:
Singularity Haemoglobin molecules
512   512 Hydrogen (H) atoms in 64 Haemoglobin molecules
1024   1024 Hydrogen (H) atoms in 128 Haemoglobin molecules


 Theoretical analysis can demonstrate the existence of a singularity.


Singularity continues in Haemoglobin cells:
Singularity Haemoglobin cells
1024  1024 Haemoglobin molecules in 256 Haemoglobin cells
2048  2048 Haemoglobin molecules in 512 Haemoglobin cells
4096  4096 Haemoglobin molecules in 1024 Haemoglobin cells


Singularity continues in Haemoglobin cells ( first shill)
Singularity Haemoglobin cells
4096  4096 Nytrogen (N) atoms in 256 Haemoglobin cells
8192  8192 Nytrogen (N) atoms in   512 Haemoglobin cells
16384  16384 Nytrogen (N) atoms in 1024 Haemoglobin cells


CREATING A SINGULAR (S) CREATININ MOLECULE:



The solidification process in one Creatinin molecule excludes NH3 (ammonia) molecules See Solidification process

With the NH3 ammonia molecule, a second Creatinin molecule changes. See Ammonia data
The Creatinin molecule includes 1 Nytrogen atom and 2 Hydrogen atoms NH2 and excludes Oxygen and 2 Hydrogen atoms and the result is: H2O water molecule.

 C4H7N3O + NH3→ C4H8N4 excludes H2O    


Creatinin molecule include 1 Nytrogen atom and 2 Hydrogen atoms and exclude Oxigen and 2 Hydrogen atoms and become

Singular Creatinin molecule   C4H8N4

( see Figure 25)

Figure 25



 Theoretical analysis can demonstrate the existence of an unknown

  Singular Creatinin molecule C4H8N4



 A singular (S) Creatinin molecule C4H8N4 is now theoretically

invented, and medical science can find molecules in blood.


This S Creatinin molecule evolves in accordance of the Singularity low.
With increasing combination of chemistry elements, this S Creatinin molecule exists.
The lifetime of these molecules is short because the chemical process continues with solidification.

Singularity low can be used for calculating:
         Urea-Creatinin-Haemoglobin value.
         Oxigen and Water the body needs.
         Determining the Urea-Creatinine value.

VITAMINS



We must know that Urea -Creatinin can change condition from Urea in Creatinin and from Creatinin in Urea.
This change is the result of missing B vitamins:
Vitamins B6 and B12 must be in balance for a stable Urea-Creatinin value.
If vitamin B6 is missing, the Urea value increases.

B6 Vitamin  C8H11NO3


See Vitamin B6

See Vitamin B6

See Pyridoxine

If vitamin B12 missing, the Creatinin value increases.

B12 Vitamin  C61-64H84-90N14 O13-14PCo



See Vitamin B12

See Vitamin B12

See Vitamin B12 benefits

Vitamin B12 contains a Cobalt ion at the centre of the Porphyrin

See Porphyrin

See Cobalt

Ferophorpherin (see Figure 26)

Figure 26


Haemoglobin molecule (see Figure 27). 


Figure 27


Haemoglobin contains an Iron atom at the centre of the molecule:  
 
 
This illustrates the B12 content that is in the connection with vitamin missing.
When using vitamins B6, B12 and C it is possible to decrease both Creatinin and Urea values.
See Vitamin C 3D
See Vitamin -benefits
See Vitamins cause


SOLIDIFICATION PROCESS FOR A SINGULAR CREATININ MOLECULE
The solidification process attracts central C4 carbon atoms to the centre of the molecule
and excludes atoms from the periphery.

Singular Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:
   - carbon C4 molecule with a covalent bond between two C atoms. see Carbon data
   - four NH2 molecules.

Solidification for Singulary Creatinin molecule. (see Figure 28)

Figure 28

CREATION OF TWO UREA MOLECULES (NH2)2CO


The chemical process continues with four NH2 molecules and two CO2 (Carbon dioxide) molecules.
Two NH2 molecules include CO and exclude O Oxigen atom, from CO2 (Carbon dioxide) molecules.

  NH2 + NH2 + CO2 →(NH2)2CO excludes O    
  NH2 + NH2 + CO2 →(NH2)2CO excludes O    

The excluded Oxygen atom has chem. Process O + O → O2

Creation of two Urea molecules. (see Figure 29)

Figure 29

TRANSFORMATION OF CREATININ MOLECULE

IN UREA MOLECULE IS DEMONSTRATED
(See Hypothesis 2)


HAEMOGLOBIN MOLECULE  (FeN4 CORE)



The chemical process can change with the chemical synthesis of Fe (Iron Atom), and four NH2 molecules from solidification of the S Creatinin molecule (see Solidification S Creatinin mol.) and CO2 (Carbon dioxide) molecules.

The four NH2 molecules include Fe and exclude H8
The Oxigen atom, from CO2 (Carbon dioxide) molecules, can form 2H2O and CH4.

The chemical process is::

(NH2)4 + Fe + CO2 → FeN4(Haemoglobin molecule core) excludes CH4 and excludes 2H2O

See Ferophorpherin

See Hemoglobin.

Excluded CH4 and 2H2O continue the chemical process in direction of creating another S Creatinin molecule.

The chemical process is:

CH4 + excluded O2 → CH4O2

See Methane

2H2O → H4O2 → H4 + (O2 + C ) → CH4O2

The chemical process for CH4 is:

CH4 + O2 → 2H2O excludes C

C + O2 → CO2

or

CH4 + O2 → CO2 excludes H4

H4 + O2 → 2H2O


Figure 30


COMBINATION OF SINGULARITY LAW (ANOTHER DISEASE)

Basic chemical elements for breathing are:

     - O2 Oxigen molecule
     - C Carbon atom
     - CO2 Carbon dioxide
     - H2O Water molecule...Cell contents are more and 90% water

In the breathing process the cell absorbs an O2 Oxygen molecule and extracts CO2 Carbon dioxide.
The cell in breading process absorb O Oxigen molecule, and extract CO2 Carbondioxide, H2O content is unchanged.
This is healthy breathing process.

Failure of the cell breathing process.

With failure of the cell breathing process, the cell absorbs an CH4 Methane molecule, but extracts a O2 Oxygen molecule.
This methane molecule is the product of a chemical process:

C + 2H2O → CH4 extractes O2 Oxigen atoms.
This O2 Oxigen molecule, connects with the C Carbon atom and becomes CO2 Carbon dioxide.

New chem. reaction.:

CO2 + CH4→ C2 extracte 2H2O
and vice versa:

CO2 + CH4 → 2H2O extracte C2

In the first case, the cell increases the Singular number of C Carbon atoms.(see bio amino acid)
In the second case, the cell increases the Singular number of 2H2O Water molecules.

The cell content (C Carbon) divides into two atoms (1x2=2, 2x2=4, 4x2=8, 8x2=16...?) and C Carbon atoms content in every cell increases in accordance with the singularity low.
This cell is maybe the first cancer cell.

The cell with 2H2O atoms content is maybe the first leukaemia cell.
Leukaemia can be a product of a normal evolutional process, out of control.
See normal process excluding H2O and 2H2O:

see UREA

see UREA - CREATININ DISINTEGRATION

see SOLIDIFICATION PROCESS FOR CREATININE

This process is acknowledgment for Hypothesis 4 see Hypothesis 4

Binary singularity


The excluded O Oxygen atom, from the CO2 (Carbon dioxide) molecule continues the chemical process, with one of singularity mode:

see Creation of two Urea molecules

see Creation of Urea

see UREA

The three chemical processes are the same all the time; only the number of singularities changes.(see Figure 31)

LIFETIME AND CHEMICAL PROCESS



The number 1-2-4 is the lifetime of a Urea molecule.It is seven singular periods long..
That lifetime is the time in that form. Molecules transform all the time and in that period has UREA form.

The number 8-16-32 is the lifetime for Creatinin molecules. It is 56 singular periods long.
The number 64 is 64 singular periods long, and that is the lifetime for S Creatinin molecule.
The number 128 is 128 singular periods long, and that is the lifetime for Haemoglobins FeN4 core. (see Hemoglobin).

These numbers (from 1 to 128) were beginning of the singularity in the later period when the singularity had the greatest number of molecules and combinations, this lifetime is the same.
Increases only number of all molecules.(see calculator)

Figure 31


Sin. Chemical process
 CO2 + 2H2O → CO2 + H4O2→ CH4 + O2 → CH4O2 + N2 → (NH2)2CO [first Urea]  excludes O    excludes O2
 excluded O + 2H2O → H4 + (O2 + C) + O → CH4 + O3 → CH4 + O + N2 → (NH2)2CO [second Urea]  excludes O2
 excluded O2 + C → CO2 + N2H4 → (NH2)2CO [thrd Urea]     excludes O
 excluded O2 + C → CO2 + N2H4 → (NH2)2CO [fourt Urea]     excludes O  excluded O + O → O2  excludes O2
 (NH2)2CO + (NH2)2CO + (NH2)2CO + (NH2)2CO → C4H16N8O4 → C4H7N3O  excludes H9N5O3 +   excluded O2
 excluded O2 + C → CO2 + excluded H9N5O3 → CH9N5O3   excludes O2
 excluded O2 + C → CO2 + CH9N5O3 → C2H9N5O3   excludes O2
 excluded O2 + C → CO2 + C2H9N5O3 → C3H9N5O3   excludes O2
 excluded O2 + C → CO2 + C3H9N5O3 → C4H9N5O3 → C4H7N3O  excludes H2N2  excludes 2O2
 New Urea branch initiaion is excluded H2N2 + excluded 2O2 → H2N2 + H2O + CO2 + O →(NH2)2CO excludes O excludes O2
 C4H7N3O Solidification excludes C4 + NH3 + H2O + H2N2 and share in:
 NH3 + C4H7N3O → C4H8N4 excludes H2O
 H2O + H2N2 + CO2 →(NH2)2CO excludes O2
 excluded H2O + excluded O2 → H2O + CO2 + H2N2 → (NH2)2CO   excludes O2
 C4H8N4 Solidification excludes C4 excludes (NH2)4
 (NH2)4 + CO2 + CO2 → (NH2)2CO +  (NH2)2CO
 (NH2)2 + (NH2)2 + Fe + CO2 → FeN4 excludes CH4 excludes H2O + H2O

The next table calculator can explain , the different evolution phases.(see calculator)

For calculating of evolution phases we can use next calculator for different molecules.

Example:
Write the Urea value 20 mmol/l in first cell, and see haw meny molecules have certain phase.

mmol/l. Sin. Chemical process
     1  (NH2)2CO  first Urea molecules
  2  (NH2)2CO  second Urea molecules
     4  (NH2)2CO  fourt Urea molecules
  ∞  Number of molecules


Example:
Creatinin value is 1000 mmol/l, this value can be calculated because we know the phase.
We know that blood content is 1000 mmol/l of Creatinin, and we know how many molecules have Creatinin form.
The Creatinin content value is important, and the evolution phase is life cycle for the Creatinin molecule.
Creatinin value is average number of molecules in the while, and that number increases.. (see Law of Singularity)

mmol/l. Sin. Chemical process
     8    C4H7N3O first Creatinin molecules
 16  C4H7N3O Creatinin molecules (O cicle)
    32  C4H7N3O Creatinin molecules (Solidification)
 Number of molecules


NEW SINGULARITY BRANCH



Singularity 32 is specific because it contains three chemical processes (see Figure 31 singularity 32).
The content for that singularity is :

          C4H7N3O Creatinin molecules

          C4H8N4  S Creatinin molecules

          (NH2)2CO first phase Urea molecules

New Singularity bigins with 1 Creatinin molecule that excludes:

           one NH3 ammonia molecule
           two NH3 ammonia molecules

in the Creatinin solidification process.(See Solidification process)

That ammonia connects with another one or two Creatinin molecules and become one or two Singular Creatinin molecules. The one or two Singular Creatinin molecules in the solidification process, exclude 4 or 8 NH2 molecules.(See S Solidification process)

That creates 2 or 4 (NH2)2CO Urea molecules (See Creation two Urea molecules).
Singularity is (1 1 2) and (1 2 4) (Creatinin, S Creatinin, Urea).

The next table calculator can explain Singularity 32.
The previous example for singularity 32 was 571.4285714285714 Creatinin molecules.
In calculating we use (see 1 2 4 Sin. calculator)
The result is in the next table.


mmol/l. Sin. Chemical process
   1  C4H7N3O Creatiine molecules
2  C4H8N4 Singulary Creatinine molecules
   4  (NH2)2CO Urea molecules
 Number of molecules


Singularity 64 is simple, 1 S Creatinin molecule becomes 2 two-phase Urea molecules.

The result of multiplying number is 163.14285714285714 by 2.

    163.14285714285714 * 2 = 326 two phases (NH2)2CO Urea molecules. (see front table sin 4)

The 326 two phase (NH2)2CO Urea molecules, cannot be created,

if Fe (Iron) content in blood is over the maximum value.(see Singularity 128)

Singularity 128



In Singularity 128 the chemical process can be stopped, if the blood content has more than the maximum number of Fe Iron atoms.
The chemical process has two directions:

see Creation of Haemoglobin molecule

Chemical process Fe + N4 → FeN4 one Haemoglobin molecule core.

Chemical process 2H2O → H4 + (O2+ C) → CH4O2 but N2 is missing to create an Urea molecule

Chemical process CH4 + O2 → CH4O2 but N2 is missing to create Urea molecule.

That 2N2 is connected in the FeN4 Haemoglobin molecule core, and creation of Urea molecule can be stoped.

CONCLUSION



A singularity is a chemical evolution, and that evolution is normal for all people.
Chemistry elements are missing and chemical process is changing.
This change is an unfavourable chemical process.
The blood must all time contents more than maximum Fe (Iron atoms), and O (Oxygen).
Food must contain Iron. Oxygen can be consumed with physical activity.
Singularity law is a possibility for distribution of evolution phases and the number of molecules and content of different atoms in molecules.(see calculator)


Author



This work has a new point of view for Kidney disease and it is the product of more years of theoretical work.
It is only the beginning of serious scientific exploration of this subject.


   Vladimir Lazic   Denmark   September 2011

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Part four
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY OF THE CREATININ MOLECULE



See Analytical Chemistry

The chemical process can change the content of creatinin molecules, with the chemical synthesis of C4 atoms.
The Carbon atom connection with another carbon atom, determines the kind of molecules. See Carbon bond

C to C4 Evolution is the lifetime of the creatinin molecule; the last step is solidification and the beginning of the next singularity.

  Evolution of carbon atoms core in creatinin molecule
C C2 C3 2C2 C4

See Singular and Binary table

See Oxocarbon

ANALYTICAL PROCESS FOR A NONSINGULAR CREATININ MOLECULE  C4H7N3O

Example 1


Singularity one
One Creatinin molecule C4H7N3O disintegrates in: See right side C form

   - C atom See Carbon

   - CH4 molecule See Methane
   - NH3 molecule See Ammonia
   - CO molecule See Carbon monoxide
   - CN2 molecule (See Figure 31A)
  C   excludes CH4   excludes NH3   excludes CO   excludes N2    


Creatinin molecule content with C atom in Figure 31A

Figure 31A   Molecule content
C CH4 NH3 CO CN2

Chemical multiple synthesis : See Chemical synthesis

 C + CH4 + NH3 + CO + CN2 → C4H7N3O    

C Creatinin molecule in Figure 31B

Figure 31B


Example 1A



Singularity two
One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in: See right side C2 form

   - C2 molecule with a four covalence bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - CH4 molecule See Methane

   - NH3 molecule See Ammonia

   - CO molecole See Carbon monoxide

   - N2 molecule   See Nitrogen

  
  C2  excludes CH4   excludes NH3   excludes CN2O    


Creatinin molecule content with C2 atoms in (Figure 32)

Figure 32   Molecule content
C2 CH4 NH3 CO N2


See C2 Creatinin molecule


Chemical multiple synthesis : See Chemical synthesis
 C2 + CH4 + NH3 + CO + N2 → C4H7N3O    

C2 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 33)

Figure 33


Example 2



Singularity three
One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in: See right side C3 form

   - C3 molecules with a two-covalence bond between atoms See Carbon

   - CH4 molecule See Methane

   - H2O molecule See Water

   - HN3 molecule (See Figure 34)

  
 C3   excludes CH4   excludes H2O   excludes HN3    


Creatinin molecule content with C3 atoms in (Figure 34)

Figure 34   Molecule content
C3 CH4 H2O HN3


Chemical multiple synthesis : See Chemical synthesis

 C3 + CH4 + H2O + HN3 → C4H7N3O    


C3 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 35)

Figure 35


Example 2A



One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - C3 molecules with a two-covalence bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - CH4 molecule See Methane

   - NH3 molecule See Ammonia

   - N2O molecule See Nitrogen

  

 C3 excludes CH4 excludes NH3 excludes N2O    


Creatinin molecule content with C3 atoms in (Figure 36)

Figure 36   Molecule content
C3 CH4 NH3 N2O


Chemical multiple synthesis : See Chemical synthesis

 C3 + CH4 + NH3 + N2O → C4H7N3O    


C3 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 37)

Figure 37


Example 3



Singularity four
One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in: See right side C4 form

   - 2C2 molecules with a two-covalence bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - NH3 molecule See Ammonia

   - H2O molecule See Water

   - H2N2 molecule (see Figure 38)

 2C2 excludes NH3 excludes H2O excludes H2N2    


Creatinin molecule content with 2C2 atoms in (Figure 38)

Figure 38   Molecule content
2C2 NH3 H2O H2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

 2C2 + NH3 + H2O + H2N2 → C4H7N3O    


2C2 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 39)

Figure 39


Example 4



See SOLIDIFICATION PROCESS FOR CREATININE

One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in: (See Figure 11)

   - C4 molecule with a covalent bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - NH3 molecule See Ammonia

   - H2O molecule See Water

   - H2N2 molecule (See Figure 40)

 C4 excludes NH3 excludes H2O excludes H2N2    


Creatinin molecule content in (Figure 11 and 40)

Figure 40   Molecule content
C4 NH3 H2O H2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

 C4 + NH3 + H2O + H2N2 → C4H7N3O    


C4 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 41)

Figure 41


Example 4A



See SOLIDIFICATION PROCESS FOR CREATININ

One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in: (See Figure 11)

   - C4 molecule with a covalent bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - NH3 molecule See Ammonia

   - H2O molecule See Water

   - H2N2 molecule (See Figure 40A)

 C4 excludes NH3 excludes H2O excludes H2N2    


Creatinin molecule content in (Figure 11 and 40A)

Figure 40A Molecules content
C4 NH3 H2O H2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

 C4 + NH3 + H2O + H2N2 → C4H7N3O    


C4 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 41A)

Figure 41A


Example 4B



Two Creatinin molecules:(See Figure 10)
Two Creatinin molecules disintegrate in:

   - 2C4 molecule with a covalent bond between atoms. See Carbon
   - 4NH3 molecule See Ammonia
   - H2O2 molecule See Hydrogen peroxide
   - N2 molecule See Nitrogen
  



ANALYTICAL PROCESS FOR SINGULAR CREATININ MOLECULE  C4H8N4


Example 5


Singularity one

One Creatinin molecule C4H8N4 disintegrates in:

   - C atom See Carbon

   - 2CH4 molecules See Methane

   - CN4 molecule See Figure 41B

  C   excludes 2CH4   excludes CN4    


C Creatinin molecule content in Figure 41B

Figure 41B   Molecule content
C CH4 CH4 CN4

Chemical multiple synthesis : See Chemical synthesis

 C + 2CH4 + CN4 → C4H8N4    

C Creatinin molecule in Figure 41C

Figure 41C


Example 5A



Singularity two

One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - C2 molecule with a two-covalence bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - 2CH4 molecules See Methane

   - N4 molecule (See Figure 42)

 C2 excludes 2CH4 excludes N4    


Creatinin molecule content with C2 atoms in (Figure 42)

Figure 42   Molecule content
C2 CH4 CH4 N4


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  C2 + 2CH4 + N4 → C4H8N4    


C2 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 43)

Figure 43


Example 6



Singularity three

One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - C3 molecule with a covalence bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - CH4 molecule See Methane

   - 2H2N2 molecule (See Figure 44)

 C3 excludes CH4 excludes 2H2N2    


Creatinin molecule content with C3 atoms in (Figure 44)

Figure 44   Molecule content
C3 CH4 2H2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  C3 + CH4 + 2H2N2 → C4H8N4    


C3 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 45)

Figure 45


Example 6A



One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - C3 molecule with a covalence bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - CH4 molecule See Methane

   - NH3 molecule See Ammonia

   - HN3 molecule (See Figure 46)

 C3 excludes CH4 excludes NH3 excludes HN3    


Creatinin molecule content with C2 atoms in (Figure 46)

Figure 46   Molecule content
C3 CH4 NH3 HN3


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

 C3 + CH4 + NH3 + HN3 → C4H8N4    


C3 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 47)

Figure 47


Example 6B



One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - C3 molecule with a covalence bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - 2NH3 molecules See Ammonia

   - CH2N2 molecule (See Figure 48)

  
 C3 excludes 2NH3 excludes CH2N2    


Creatinin molecule content with C3 atoms in (Figure 48)

Figure 48   Molecule content
C3 NH3 NH3 CH2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

 C3 + 2NH3 + CH2N2 → C4H8N4    


C3 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 49)

Figure 49


Example 7



Singularity four

One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - 2C2 molecules with a covalence bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - 4NH2 molecules (See Figure 50)

 2C2 excludes NH2 excludes NH2 excludes NH2 excludes NH2    


See S Solidification process

See Creation of two Urea molecules

Creatinin molecule content with 2C2 atoms in (Figure 50)

Figure 50   Molecule content
2C2 NH2 NH2 NH2 NH2


Chemical synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  2C2 + 4NH2 → C4H8N4    


2C2 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 51)

Figure 51


Example 7A

One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - 2C2 molecule with a covalence bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - 2NH3 molecules See Ammonia

   - H2N2 molecule (See Figure 52)

 2C2 excludes 2NH3 excludes H2N2    


Creatinin molecule content with 2C2 atoms in (Figure 52)

Figure 52   Molecule content
2C2 NH3 NH3 H2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  2C2 + 2NH3 + H2N2 → C4H8N4    


2C2 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 53)

Figure 53


Example 8


One Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - C4 molecule with a covalence bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - 4NH2 molecules (See Figure 54)

 C4 excludes NH2 excludes NH2 excludes NH2 excludes NH2    


Creatinin molecule content with C4 atoms in (Figure 54)

Figure 54   Molecule content
C4 NH2 NH2 NH2 NH2


Chemical synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  C4 + 4NH2 → C4H8N4    


C4 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 55)

Figure 55


See S Solidification process

See Creation of two Urea molecules

Example 8A

Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - C4 molecule with a covalence bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - 2NH3 molecules See Ammonia

   - H2N2 molecule (See Figure 56)

 C4 excludes 2NH3 excludes H2N2    


Creatinin molecule content with C4 atoms in (Figure 56)

Figure 56   Molecule content
C4 NH3 NH3 H2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  C4 + 2NH3 + H2N2 → C4H8N4    


C4 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 57)

Figure 57


CREATING EQUAL (E) CREATININ MOLECULE:


The solidification process in one Creatinin molecule See Figure 31 (singularity 128) was 50% transformation.

Example from (singularity 128 from Figure 31)

 (NH2)2 + (NH2)2 + Fe + CO2 → FeN4 excludes CH4 excludes H2O + H2O

100% transformation of Creatinin molecule, have to four water molecules (4H2O). See Water

   Singularity example for water:

Example A



- One H2O molecule See CREATING SINGULARY CREATININ MOLECULE

- Two H2O molecules See Figure 31 singularity 128

- Four H2O molecules  See chemical process

Example B



A quark is a result of an empty singularity. See quark

An electron is a result of a quark singularity. See electron

A proton is a result of a quark singularity. See proton

A neutron is a result of a quark singularity. See neutron

A nucleus is a result of a electrons equality. See nucleus

EQUALITY

A hydrogen atom is a result of equality in singularity one.

Equality of (one proton, one neutron, one electron)

   See Hydrogen
   See Hydrogen
   See Hydrogen
  

An oxygen atom is a result of equality in singularity eight.

Equality of (eight protons, eight neutrons, eight electrons (2 and 6) )

   See Oxygen
  

The chemical process singularity one is:

One hydrogen atom + One oxygen atom → HO

  H + O → HO    

The chemical process singularity two is:

  HO + HO → H2O2    

Equality of(two hydrogen atoms, two oxygen atoms)
See Hydrogen peroxide


The chemical process Water singularity one is:

  H2O2 → H2O   excludes O    

The chemical process Water singularity two is:

  H2O + H2O → 2H2O    

The chemical process Water singularity four is:

  2H2O + 2H2O → 4H2O    


Creation of Equal (E) Creatinin molecule   C4H4O4

(See Figure 58)
Equality of (four carbon atoms, four hydrogen, four oxygen atoms)


A singular (S) Creatinin molecule includes 4H2O (four water molecules) and excludes 4NH3 (four ammonia molecules) and becomes an Equal Creatinin molecule C4H4O4 (See Figure 58)

 C4H8N4 + 4H2O → C4H4O4 excludes 4NH3    


  
Figure 58 C4H4O4
4NH3


ANALYTICAL PROCESS FOR EQUAL CREATININ MOLECULE   C4H4O4



Equal Creatinin molecule C4H4O4 (See Figure 59)

Figure 59


The chemical process in 50% transformation See chemical process

Example 8B


Singularity one
One Creatinin molecule C4H4O4 disintegrates in:

   - C atom See Carbon

   - CH4 molecule See Methane

   - 2CO2 molecules See Carbon dioxide

  C   excludes CH4   excludes 2CO2    


C Creatinin molecule content in Figure 59A

Figure 59A   Molecule content
C CH4 CO2 CO2

Chemical multiple synthesis : See Chemical synthesis
  C + CH4 + 2CO2 → C4H4O4    


C Creatinin molecule in Figure 59B
Figure 59B


Example 9


Singularity two

(E) Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - C2 molecule with a covalent bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - CH4 molecule See Methane

   - CO2 molecule See Carbon dioxide

   - O2 molecule see Oxygen

  
  C2  excludes CH4   excludes CO2   excludes O2    


(E) Creatinin molecule content with C2 atoms in (Figure 60)

Figure 60   Molecule content
C2 CH4 CO2 O2

Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis
  C2 + CH4 + CO2 + O2 → C4H4O4    


C2 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 61)

Figure 61


Example 10


Singularity three

(E) Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - C3 molecule with a covalent bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - CO2 molecule See Carbon dioxide

   - 2H2O molecules See Water

  
  C3   excludes CO2   excludes 2H2O    


Creatinin molecule content with C3 atoms in (Figure 62)
Figure 62   Molecule content
C3 CO2 H2O H2O


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis
  C3 + CO2 + 2H2O → C4H4O4    


C3 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 63)
Figure 63


Example 11


Singularity four

(E) Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - 2C2 molecules with a covalent bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - 2H2O molecules See Water

   - O2 molecule See Oxygen

  
  2C2 excludes 2H2O excludes O2    


Creatinin molecule content with 2C2 atoms in (Figure 64)
Figure 64   Molecule content
2C2 H2O H2O O2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis
  2C2 + 2H2O + O2 → C4H4O4    


2C2 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 65)
Figure 65


Example 12


(E) Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - C4 molecule with a covalent bond between atoms. See Carbon

   - 2H2O molecules See Water

   - O2 molecule See Oxygen

  
  C4 excludes 2H2O excludes O2    


Creatinin molecule content with C4 atoms in (Figure 66)
Figure 66   Molecule content
C4 H2O H2O O2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis
  C4 + 2H2O + O2 → C4H4O4    


C4 Creatinin molecule in (Figure 67)
Figure 67


ANALYTICAL PROCESS FOR EQUAL CREATININ MOLECULE   C4H4O4 + 4NH3



Equal Creatinin molecule (without Carbon atoms) + four Ammonia molecule. (See Figure 68)
The chemical process 100% transformation See chemical process

Chemical synthesis: See Chemical synthesis
  HO + HO + HO + HO → 2H2O2    


  2H2O2 + 4NH3    


Figure 68


Example 13



Chemical analysis: See Analytical chemistry

(E) Creatinin molecule disintegrates in:

   - 4H2O molecules See Water

   - 2NH3 molecules See Ammonia

   - H2N2 molecule.

  
  2H2O + O2 + 4NH3   →   4H2O   excludes 2NH3   excludes H2N2    


Molecule content in (Figure 69)

Figure 69 Molecule content
H2O H2O H2O H2O NH3 NH3 H2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  4H2O + 2NH3 + H2N2 → H16N4O4 → 4H4NO    


NEW SINGULARITY BEGINNING

Molecule content
H2O H2O H2N2


  H2O + H2O + C → CH4O2 + H2N2 → (NH2)2CO   excludes H2O   See Creation of Urea    


Molecule content
H2O H2O NH3 NH3


  H2O + H2O + C → CH4O2 + 2NH3 → (NH2)2CO   excludes H2O   excludes H4 See Creation of Urea    


  excluded   2H2O + C → CH4O2    


  excluded   H4 + C → CH4    


CONCLUSION



A singularity is a chemical evolution of Carbon atoms, that is an increasing number of mutually connected C atoms , from an initial C form, over transforming C3,C3 or 2C2 forms to the last C4 form.
The forms and chemistry elements are different for same Creatinin molecule. (see Figure 70, 71, 72)

Figure 70

C4H7N3O   molecule content
C CH4 NH3       CO CN2 See C Creatinin molecule
C2 CH4 NH3       CN2O   See C2 Creatinin molecule
C3 CH4 NH3         N2O See C3 Creatinin molecule
C3 CH4   H2O   HN3     See C3 Creatinin molecule
2C2   NH3 H2O H2N2       See 2C2 Creatinin molecule
C4   NH3 H2O H2N2       See C4 Creatinin molecule
C4   NH3 H2O H2N2       See C4 Creatinin molecule.

Figure 71

C4H8N4   molecule content
C 2CH4 2CH4       CN4 See C Creatinin molecule.
C2 2CH4         N4 See C2 Creatinin molecule.
C3 CH4     2H2N2     See C3 Creatinin molecule.
C3 CH4 NH3     HN3   See C3 Creatinin molecule.
C3   2NH3   CH2N2     See C3 Creatinin molecule.
2C2     4NH2       See 2C2 Creatinin molecule.
2C2   2NH3   H2N2     See 2C2 Creatinin molecule.
C4     4NH2       See C4 Creatinin molecule.
C4   2NH3   H2N2     See C4 Creatinin molecule.

Figure 72

C4H4O4   molecule content
C CH4 CO2 CO2   See C Creatinin molecule.
C2 CH4 CO2 O2   See C2 Creatinin molecule.
C3   CO2   2H2O See C3 Creatinin molecule.
2C2     O2 2H2O See 2C2 Creatinin molecule.
C4     O2 2H2O See C4 Creatinin molecule.


Different molecules forms and content demonstrate the evolution of the Creatinin molecule.


Author


   Vladimir Lazic   Denmark   September 2012
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Part five

ANALYTICAL PROCESS FOR A SINGULAR AND BINARY UREA MOLECULE (NH2)2CO



See Singular and Binary table

See Oxocarbon

See Analytical chemistry

One Urea molecule disintegrates in:

- C atom See Carbon C 1 atom 1. singularity
- N2 molecule See Nitrogen N 2 atoms 2. singularity
- H4molecule See Hydrogen H 4 atoms 4. singularity
- O atom See Oxygen O 1 atom 8. singularity

  Oxygen atom is a result of equality in singularity eight.
  Equality of (eight protons, eight neutrons, eight electrons (2 and 6) See Oxygen    


Figure 71   Molecule content
C 2N 2H2 O


Example 14


Monoxide Urea molecule



See Carbon monoxide

See S Solidification process

Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  H2N + H2N + CO → (NH2)2CO    


 (NH2)2CO    


Urea molecule disintegrates in:

   - C atom See Carbon

   - H2O molecule See Water

   - H2N2 molecule See Figure 72

  C   excludes H2O   excludes H2N2    


Urea molecule content with C atom in Figure 72

Figure 72   Molecule content
C H2O H2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  C + H2O + H2N2 → (NH2)2CO    


C Urea molecule in Figure 73

  Figure 73 

Example 15



Chemical multiple synthesis of Urea molecule (NH2)2CO

Chemical multiple synthesis is: See Chemical synthesis

Multiple chemical transformations of Urea molecules.
Urea molecule + Urea molecule → Two Urea molecules in One C2 molecule.

 (NH2)2CO + (NH2)2CO → 2(NH2)2CO    


Two Urea molecules


 2(NH2)2CO    


Two Urea molecule disintegrate in:

   - C2 molecule See Carbon

   - 2H2O molecules See Water

   - 2H2N2 molecules See Figure 74

  
  C 2  excludes 2H2O   excludes 2H2N2    


C2 Urea molecule content in Figure 74

Figure 74   Molecule content
C2 H2O H2O H2N2 H2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  C2 + 2H2O + 2H2N2 → 2(NH2)2CO    


C2 molecule (Two Urea) See Figure 75

Figure 75

Example 16



Chemical multiple synthesis of Urea molecule (NH2)2CO

Multiple chemical transformations of Urea molecules.
Two Urea molecules + Urea molecule → three Urea molecules in one C3 molecule.

 2(NH2)2CO + (NH2)2CO → 3(NH2)2CO    


Three Urea molecules


  3(NH2)2CO    


Three Urea molecules disintegrate in:

   - C3 molecule See Carbon

   - 3H2O molecules See Water

   - 3H2N2 molecules See Figure 76

  
  C 3  excludes 3H2O   excludes 3H2N2  


C3 Urea molecule content in Figure 76

Figure 76   Molecule content
C3 H2O H2O H2O H2N2 H2N2 H2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  C3 + 3H2O + 3H2N2 → 3(NH2)2CO    


C3 molecule (Three Urea) See Figure 77

Figure 77


Example 17



Chemical multiple synthesis of Urea molecule (NH2)2CO

Multiple chemical transformations of Urea molecules.
Three Urea molecules + Urea molecule → four Urea molecules in one C4 molecule.

  3(NH2)2CO + (NH2)2CO → 4(NH2)2CO    


Four Urea molecules


  4(NH2)2CO    


Four Urea molecules disintegrate in:

   - C4 molecule See Carbon

   - 4H2O molecules See Water

   - 4H2N2 molecules See Figure 78

  
  C 4  excludes 4H2O   excludes 4H2N2    


C4 Urea molecule content in Figure 78

Figure 78   Molecule content
C4 H2O H2O H2O H2O H2N2 H2N2 H2N2 H2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

   C4 + 4H2O + 4H2N2 → 4(NH2)2CO    


C4 molecule (Four Urea) See Figure 79

Figure 79

Example 18


Chemical transformations of Urea molecule 4(NH2)2CO in Equal Creatinin molecule 4CNHO


 4(NH2)2CO → 4CNHO   excludes   4NH3   See Ammonia    

   CNH       2CNH       3CNH       4CNH   
O O2 O3 O4
CNHO 2CNHO 3CNHO 4CNHO   →  
NH3 2NH3 3NH3 4NH3
(NH2)2CO   →     2(NH2)2CO     →     3(NH2)2CO    →    4(NH2)2CO  



Example 19



Chemical transformations of Urea molecule 4(NH2)2CO in Equal Creatinin molecule 4CNH


 4(NH2)2CO → 4CNH  excludes 4NH3  See Ammonia   excludes 2O2   See Oxygen    


3C CH4 4N
4CNH   →  
2O2
4CNHO
4NH3
4(NH2)2CO

Example 20


Chemical transformations of Urea molecule 4(NH2)2CO in Equal Creatinin molecule 4COH


 4(NH2)2CO → 4COH  excludes 4NH3  See Ammonia  excludes 4N   See Nitrogen    


3C CH4 2O2
4COH   →  
4N
4CNHO
4NH3
4(NH2)2CO

Example 21


Chemical transformations of Urea molecule 4(NH2)2CO in Singular Creatinin molecule C4N8H8  (4(NH)2C)



 4(NH2)2CO → C4N8H8   excludes 4H2O   See Water    


2NH 4NH 8NH
C 2C 4C
(NH)2C 2(NH)2C 4(NH)2C   →  
H2O 2H2O 4H2O
(NH2)2CO 2(NH2)2CO 4(NH2)2CO

Example 21A


Chemical transformations of Urea molecule 4(NH2)2C in Equal Creatinin molecule 8NH


 4(NH2)2C → 8NH   excludes 4C   See Carbon    


2NH 4NH 8NH   →  
C 2C 4C
(NH)2C 2(NH)2C 4(NH)2C
H2O 2H2O 4H2O
(NH2)2CO 2(NH2)2CO 4(NH2)2CO

Example 21B


Chemical transformations of Urea molecule 4(NH2)2C in Singular Creatinin molecule C4N4H8


 4(NH2)2C → C4N4H8   excludes 4N     See Nitrogen    


CNH2 2CNH2 4CNH2   →  
N 2N 4N
(NH)2C 2(NH)2C 4(NH)2C
H2O 2H2O 4H2O
(NH2)2CO 2(NH2)2CO 4(NH2)2CO

Example 22


Chemical transformations of Urea molecule 4(NH2)2CO in Singular molecule N8O4


 4(NH2)2CO → N8O4   excludes 4CH4   See Methane    


O O2 2O2
N2 N4 N8
N2O N4O2 N8O4   →  
CH4 2CH4 4CH4
(NH2)2CO 2(NH2)2CO 4(NH2)2CO

Example 22A


Chemical transformations of molecule N8O4 in molecule N8


 N8O4 → N8   See Nitrogen   excludes O4 See Oxygen    


O O2 2O2
N2 N4 N8   →  
N2O N4O2 N8O4
CH4 2CH4 4CH4
(NH2)2CO 2(NH2)2CO 4(NH2)2CO


Example 22B


Creation of di-monoxide Urea molecule (NH2)2CO   excludes O

See Figure 80

See Carbon dioxide

See S Solidification process

See Creation of two Urea molecules.

Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  H2N + H2N + CO2 → (NH2)2CO   excludes O See Oxygen    

Urea molecule content with C atom and excluded O in Figure 80

Figure 80   (NH2)2CO molecule excluded O
C H2O H2N2 O

Transformation H2N2 in dihydrogen monoxide (H2O)


Oxygen atom + H2N2 molecule → H2O molecule excludes N2 molecule. See Figure 80A

  O + H2N2 → H2O   excludes N2    

Figure 80A  

di-monoxide Urea molecule content has two water molecules
   


Creation of Carbon dioxide Urea molecule   (NH2)2CO2

See Figure 81

See Carbon dioxide

See S Solidification process

Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

Two H2N molecules + CO2 molecule → (NH2)2CO2 Carbon dioxide Urea molecule. See Figure 81

  H2N + H2N + CO2 → (NH2)2CO2    


Figure 81

  Dioxide Urea molecule content has two water molecules
   


Example 23


Dioxide Urea molecule


 (NH2)2CO2    

Dioxide Urea molecule disintegrates in:

   - C atom See Carbon

   - 2H2O molecules See Water

   - N2 molecule   See Nitrogen

  C   excludes 2H2O   excludes N2    


Dioxide Urea molecule content with C atom in Figure 82

Figure 82   Molecule content
C H2O H2O N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  C + H2O + H2O + N2 → (NH2)2CO2    


C Dioxide Urea molecule in Figure 83

Figure 83 ;

Example 24



Chemical multiple synthesis of carbon dioxide Urea molecule (NH2)2CO2

Chemical multiple synthesis is: See Chemical synthesis

Multiple chemical transformations of carbon dioxide Urea molecules.
dioxide Urea molecule + dioxide Urea molecule → Two dioxide Urea molecules in one C2 molecule.

 (NH2)2CO2 + (NH2)2CO2 → 2(NH2)2CO2    


Two dioxide Urea molecules


 2(NH2)2CO2    


Two dioxide Urea molecules disintegrate in:

   - C2 molecule See Carbon

   - 4H2O molecules See Water

   - 2N2 molecules See Figure 84

  C 2  excludes 4H2O   excludes 2N2    


Two dioxide Urea molecule content with C2 atoms in Figure 84

Figure 84   Molecule content
C2 H2O H2O H2O H2O 2N2


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  C2 + 4H2O + 2N2 → 2(NH2)2CO2    


C2 molecule (Two dioxide Urea) See Figure 85

Figure 85


Example 25



Chemical multiple synthesis of carbon dioxide Urea molecule (NH2)2CO2


Multiple chemical transformations of carbon dioxide Urea molecules.
Two dioxide Urea molecules + dioxide Urea molecule → three dioxide Urea molecules in one C3 molecule.

  2(NH2)2CO2 + (NH2)2CO2 → 3(NH2)2CO2    


Three dioxide Urea molecules


  3(NH2)2CO2    


Three dioxide Urea molecules disintegrate in:

   - C3 molecule See Carbon

   - 6H2O molecules See Water

   - N6 molecule (See figure 86)

  
  C 3  excludes 6H2O   excludes N6 molecule   See Nitrogen    


C3 Urea molecule content in Figure 86

Figure 86   Molecule content
C3 H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O N6


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  C3 + 6H2O + N6 → 3(NH2)2CO2    


C3 Urea molecule See Figure 87

Figure 87

Example 26



Chemical multiple synthesis of carbon dioxide Urea molecule (NH2)2CO2

Multiple chemical transformations of Carbon dioxide Urea molecules.
Three dioxide Urea molecules + dioxide Urea molecule → four dioxide Urea molecules in one C4 molecule.

  3(NH2)2CO2 + (NH2)2CO2 → 4(NH2)2CO2    


Four dioxide Urea molecules


  4(NH2)2CO2    


Four dioxide Urea molecules disintegrate in:

   - C4 molecule See Carbon

   - 8H2O molecules See Water

   - N8 molecule See Figure 88

  
  C 4  excludes 8H2O   excludes N8   See Nitrogen    


C4 Urea molecule content in Figure 88

Molecule content
C4 H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O N8


Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

  C4 + 8H2O + N8 → 4(NH2)2CO2    


C4 Urea molecule See Figure 89

Figure 89


Example 27


Molecule division

Molecule division is the process by which a four Urea molecule divides into 2C2 molecules See Figure 90
Division is a small part of a larger chemical process. This process is known as binary increasing (C2 - C3 - 2C2 - C4), by which molecules divide again.
The molecule is permanently transformed into these chemistry cicle Urea - Creatinin - Urea molecule.

Figure 90


Example 28



Chemical multiple synthesis of Methane Urea molecule (NH2)2CO

See Methane

See Nitrogen

See Hydrogen

Chemical transformation CH4 and N2O molecule See Example 2A

CH4 molecule + N2O molecule → Methan Urea molecule See Figure 91

  CH4 + N2O → (NH2)2CO    


Figure 91   Molecule content
CH4 N2O


Methan Urea molecule (NH2)2CO2

  CH4 + N2O2 → (NH2)2CO2    


Example 29



Chemical multiple synthesis of Ammonia Urea molecule (NH2)2CO

See Ammonia

See Carbon

See Nitrogen

See Hydrogen

CNHO molecule See Example 18

NH3 molecule + CNHO molecule → Ammonia Urea molecule See Figure 92

  NH3 + CNHO → (NH2)2CO    


Figure 92   Molecule content
NH3 CHNO


Ammonia Urea molecule (NH2)2CO2

  NH3 + CNHO2 → (NH2)2CO2    


Example 30



Chemical multiple synthesis of Water Urea molecule (NH2)2CO2

See Water

See Carbon

See Nitrogen

Two water molecule + CN2 molecule → Water Urea molecule See Figure 93

  2H2O + CN2 → (NH2)2CO2    


Figure 93   Molecule content
H2O H2O CN2


Example 31


Monoxide Urea - Creatinin molecule



See Carbon monoxide

See S Solidification process

Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

Two H2N molecules + Carbon monoxide molecule → Monoxide Urea molecule.

  2H2N + CO → (NH2)2CO    


Four H2N molecules + two Carbon monoxide molecules → two Monoxide Urea molecules.

  4H2N + 2CO → 2(NH2)2CO    


Four H2N molecules + Carbon monoxide molecule → Monoxide Creatinin molecule.

  4H2N + CO → CH8N4O    


Monoxide Creatinin molecule CH8N4O


See Figure 101

Figure 101


Example 32


Dioxide Urea - Creatinin molecule



See Carbon dioxide

See S Solidification process

Chemical multiple synthesis: See Chemical synthesis

Two H2N molecules + Carbon dioxide molecule → Dioxide Urea molecule.

  2H2N + CO2 → (NH2)2CO2    


Four H2N molecules + two Carbon dioxide molecules → two Dioxide Urea molecules.

  4H2N + 2CO2 → 2(NH2)2CO2   


Four H2N molecules + Carbon dioxide molecule → Dioxide Creatinin molecule.

  4H2N + CO2 → CH8N4O2    


Dioxide Creatinin molecule CH8N4O2


See Figure 102

Figure 102


CARBON ATOMS REDUCTION PROCESS FOR A SINGULAR CREATININ MOLECULE C4H8N4


Example 33


See S Solidification process

See Carbon

Singular Creatinin molecule C4H8N4 become CH8N4 molecule exclludes C3 molecule.
  C4H8N4 → CH8N4   excludes C3    


One Carbon atom creating molecule in chemical synthesis:
  4H2N + C → CH8N4    


Creatinin molecule CH8N4 See Figure 103

Figure 103

Singular Creatinin molecule C4H8N4 become C2H8N4 molecule   excludes C2 molecule.

See Carbon

  C4H8N4 → C2H8N4   excludes C2    


Two Carbon atoms creating molecule in chemical synthesis:
  4H2N + C2 → C2H8N4    


Creatinin molecule C2H8N4 See Figure 104

Figure 104

Creatinin molecule C4H8N4 becomes C3H8N4 molecule   excludes C atom.

See Carbon

  C4H8N4 → C3H8N4   excludes C    


Three Carbon atoms creating molecule in chemical synthesis:
  C3 + 4H2N → C3H8N4    


Creatinin molecule C3H8N4 See Figure 105

Figure 105

Example 34


CARBON ATOMS REDUCTION PROCESS FOR A CREATININ MOLECULE C4H7N3O


See Solidification process for Creatinin molecule

See Carbon

Creatinin molecule C4H7N3O become CH7N3O molecule excludes C3 molecule.
  C4H7N3O → CH7N3O   excludes C3    


One Carbon atom creating molecule in chemical synthesis:
  CO + H7N3 → CH7N3O    


Creatinin molecule CH7N3O See Figure 106

Figure 106

Creatinin molecule C4H7N3O become C2H7N3O molecule   and excludes C2 molecule.

See Carbon

  C4H7N3O → C2H7N3O   excludes C2    


Two Carbon atoms creating a molecule in chemical synthesis:
  C2 + H7N3O → C2H7N3O    


Creatinin molecule C2H7N3O See Figure 107

Figure 107

Creatinin molecule C4H7N3O becomes C3H7N3O molecule   excludes C atom.

See Carbon

  C4H7N3O → C3H7N3O   excludes C    


Three Carbon atoms creating molecule in chemical synthesis:
  C3 + H7N3O → C3H7N3O    


Creatinin molecule C3H7N3O See Figure 108

Figure 108

Example 35


CARBON ATOMS REDUCTION PROCESS FOR A CREATININ MOLECULE   C4H4O4


See Solidification process for Creatinin molecule

See Carbon

Creatinin molecule C4H4O4 becomes CH4O4 molecule excludes C3 molecule.
  C4H4O4 → CH4O4   excludes C3    


One Carbon atom creating molecule in chemical synthesis:
 C + 2H2O2 → CH4O4    


Creatinin molecule CH4O4 See Figure 109

Figure 109

E Creatinin molecule C4H4O4 become C2H4O4 molecule   excludes C2 molecule.

See Carbon

  C4H4O4 → C2H4O4   excludes C2    


Two Carbon atoms creating a molecule in chemical synthesis:
  C2 + 2H2O2 → C2H4O4    


Creatinin molecule C2H4O4 See Figure 110

Figure 110

Creatinin molecule C4H4O4 becomes C3H4O4 molecule   excludes C atom.

See Carbon

  C4H4O4 → C3H4O4   excludes C    


Three Carbon atoms creating a molecule in chemical synthesis:
  C3 + 2H2O2 → C3H4O4    


Creatinin molecule C3H4O4 See Figure 111

Figure 111


Example 36


UREA ZERO-POINT (Urea without Carbon and Oxygen atoms)

Carbon and Oxygen atoms do not influence chemical transformation, and theoretically can exclude from Urea molecule.
Creating 2NH2 molecule in chemical transformation. (See Figure 112)

Urea molecule → (NH2)2O molecule excludes Carbon atom.
  (NH2)2CO → (NH2)2O   excludes C  


(NH2)2O molecule → (NH2)2 molecule excludes Oxygen atom.

  (NH2)2O → (NH2)2   excludes O    

Excluded C + O → CO See Carbon monoxide

Figure 112

Chemical transformation of (NH2)2 molecule in NH3O molecule


(See Figure 113)

(NH2)2 molecule + water molecule → NH3O molecule   excludes Ammonia molecule.

  (NH2)2 + H2O → NH3O   excludes NH3  See Ammonia    

Figure 113

(NH2)2 molecule + two water molecules → Hydrogen peroxide molecule   excludes two Ammonia molecules.

  (NH2)2 + 2H2O → H2O2   excludes 2NH3  See Ammonia   

Hydrogen peroxide molecule See Figure 114
Figure 114

See Hydrogen peroxide
See Water
See Oxygen

Hydrogen peroxide molecule → water molecule   excludes Oxygen atom.

  H2O2 → H2O   excludes O  See Oxygen    


Chemical transformation of (NH2)2 molecule in 2N molecule


See Figure 115

(NH2)2 molecule + Carbon atom → 2N molecule   excludes Methane molecule.

  (NH2)2 + C → 2N   excludes CH4  See Methane    

(NH2)2 molecule + O2 molecule → N2 molecule   excludes two Water molecules.

  (NH2)2 + O2 → 2N   excludes 2H2O  See Water    

2N molecule See Figure 115
Figure 115

Example 37


CREATININ ZERO-POINT (Creatinin without Carbon atom)

Chemical process is the transformation of H2O in NH3, without Carbon atom See Figure 116

Creating a molecule in chemical synthesis:
Four Nitrogen atoms + four water molecules → 4NH2 molecules See S Solidification process

  4N + 4H2O → 4NH2   excludes 2O2    


4NH2 molecules + two water molecules → four NH3 molecule See Ammonia

  4NH2 + 2H2O → 4NH3   excludes O2  

Figure 116

Chemical synthesis:
Four Nitrogen atoms + six water molecules → 4NH3 molecules excludes 3O2

  4N + 6H2O → 4NH3   excludes 3O2    


  CH8N4 Creatinin molecule  

See Figure 117

  CH8N4 → 4NH2   excludes C    

Figure 117

  CH7N3O Creatinin molecule    

See Figure 118

Creatinin molecule → 2NH2molecule + NOH3 molecule excludes Carbon atom.

  CH7N3O → 2NH2 + NOH3   excludes C See Carbon    

Figure 118

NOH3 molecule + NH3 molecule → 2NH2 molecule excludes H2O molecule.

  NOH3 + NH3 → 2NH2   excludes H2O See Water    


2NH2 molecule + H2O molecule → NOH3 molecule excludes NH3 molecule.

  2NH2 + H2O → NOH3   excludes NH3  See Ammonia    


  CH4O4 Creatinin molecule    

See Figure 119

Creatinin molecule → 2H2O2 molecules   excludes Carbon atom.

  CH4O4 → 2H2O2   excludes C See Carbon    

Figure 119

See Hydrogen peroxide
See Water
See Oxygen

2H2O2 molecules → 2H2O molecules   excludes O2 molecule.

  2H2O2 → 2H2O   excludes O2    


REPEATING CREATININ FORMS C-C2-C3-C4


Example 38


Singularity five


See Singular and Binary table

See Oxocarbon

- Example :

Creates one Carbon atom Creatinin molecule excludes four Carbon molecule :

Creatinin molecule + Carbon atom → Creatinin molecule singularity one,  excludes C4 molecule singularity four

  C4H8N4 + C → CH8N4   excludes C4    

Singular transformation of C4H8N4 molecule in CH8N4 molecule in Figure 120

Figure 120   C4H8N4 CH8N4 excluded
C4 C C4

  C4H7N3O + C → CH7N3O   excludes C4    

Singular transformation C4H7N3O molecule in CH7N3O molecule in Figure 121

Figure 121   C4H7N3O CH7N3O excluded
C4 C C4

  C4H4O4 + C → CH4O4   excludes C4    

Singular transformation of C4H4O4 molecule in CH4O4 molecule in Figure 122

Figure 122   C4H4O4 CH4O4 excluded
C4 C C4


Example 39


Singularity six


See Singular and Binary table

See Oxocarbon

- Example :

Creates two Carbon atoms Creatinin molecule, excludes four Carbon atoms :

Creatinin molecule + two Carbon atoms → Creatinin molecule singularity two,   excludes C4 molecule singularity four

  C4H8N4 + C2 → C2H8N4   excludes C4    

C2H8N4 molecule in Figure 123

Figure 123   C2H8N4 excluded
C2 C4


  C4H7N3O + C2 → C2H7N3O   excludes C4    


C2H7N3O molecule in Figure 124

Figure 124   C2H7N3O excluded
C2 C4


  C4H4O4 + C2 → C2H4O4   excludes C4    


Singular transformation C4H4O4 molecule in C2H4O4 molecule in Figure 125

Figure 125   C2H4O4 excluded
C2 C4


Example 40


Singularity seven


See Singular and Binary table

See Oxocarbon

- Example :

Creates three Carbon atoms Creatinin molecule, excludes C4 molecule :

Creatinin molecule + three Carbon atoms → Creatinin molecule singularity three,   excludes C4 atoms singularity four

  C4H8N4 + C3 → C3H8N4   excludes C4    

C3H8N4 molecule in Figure 126

Figure 126   C3H8N4 excluded
C3 C4


  C4H7N3O + C3 → C3H7N3O   excludes C4    


C3H7N3O molecule in Figure 127

Figure 127   C3H7N3O excluded
C3 C4


  C4H4O4 + C3 → C3H4O4   excludes C4    


C3H4O4 molecule in Figure 128

Figure 128   C3H4O4 excluded
C3 C4


Example 41


Singularity eight


See Singular and Binary table

See Oxocarbon

- Example :

Creates four Carbon atoms Creatinin molecule, excludes C4 molecule :

Creatinin molecule + four Carbon atoms → Creatinin molecule singularity four,   excludes C4 molecule singularity four

  C4H8N4 + C4 → C4H8N4   excludes C4    

Singular transformation C4H8N4 molecule in C4H8N4 molecule in Figure 129

Figure 129   C4H8N4 excluded
C4 C4


  C4H7N3O + C4 → C4H7N3O   excludes C4    


Singular C4H7N3O molecule in Figure 130

Figure 130   C4H7N3O excluded
C4 C4


  C4H4O4 + C4 → CH4O4   excludes C4    


Singular C4H4O4 molecule in Figure 131

Figure 131   C4H4O4 excluded
C4 C4


Example 42


Singularity nine


See Singular and Binary table)

See Oxocarbon

- Example :

Creates one Carbon atom Creatinin molecule, excludes eight Carbon molecule :

One Carbon atom Creatinin molecule + eight Carbon atoms → Creatinin molecule singularity one,   excludes C8 molecule singularity eight

  CH8N4 + C8 → CH8N4   excludes C8    

Singular CH8N4 molecule in Figure 132

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Figure 132  CH8N4 excluded
C C8


  CH7N3O + C8 → CH7N3O   excludes C8    


Singular CH7N3O molecule in Figure 133

Figure 133   CH7N3O excluded
C C8


  CH4O4 + C8 → CH4O4   excludes C8    


Singular CH4O4 molecule in Figure 134

Figure 134   CH4O4 excluded
C C8


Example 43


Singularity ten


See Singular and Binary table

See Oxocarbon

- Example :

Creates two Carbon atoms, Creatinin molecule excludes eight Carbon molecule :

Two Carbon atom Creatinin molecule + eight Carbon atoms → Creatinin molecule singularity two   excludes C8 molecule singularity eight

  C2H8N4 + C8 → C2H8N4   excludes C8    

C2H8N4 molecule in Figure 135

Figure 135   C2H8N4 excluded
C2 C8

  C2H7N3O + C8 → C2H7N3O   excludes C8    

C2H7N3O molecule in Figure 136

Figure 136   C2H7N3O excluded
C2 C8

  C2H4O4 + C8 → C2H4O4   excludes C8    

C2H4O4 molecule in Figure 137

Figure 137   C2H4O4 excluded
C2 C8


INCREASING CREATININ FORMS   C5 → ∞


Carbon atoms singularity four + Carbon atoms singularity one → Carbon atoms singularity five

  C4 + C → C5    


Example 44


Singularity five


See Singular and Binary table

See Oxocarbon

- Example :

Carbon atoms creating a molecule in chemical synthesis:
Singular Creatinin molecule + Carbon atom → C5 Creatinin molecule.
  C4H8N4 + C → C5H8N4    


C5 Creatinin molecule in Figure 138

Figure 138

Creatinin molecule + Carbon atom → C5 Creatinin molecule.

  C4H7N3O + C → C5H7N3O    


C5 Creatinin molecule in Figure 139

Figure 139

Equal Creatinin molecule + Carbon atom → C5 Creatinin molecule.

  C4H4O4 + C → C5H4O4    


C5 Creatinin molecule in Figure 140

Figure 140

- Example :

Singular Creatinin molecule + Urea molecule → C5 Creatinin molecule   excludes Oxygen atom.

  C4H8N4 + (NH2)2CO → C5H12N6   excludes O    


Creatinin molecule + Urea molecule → C5 Creatinin molecule,   excludes Oxygen atom.

  C4H7N3O + (NH2)2CO → C5H11N5   excludes O2    


Equal Creatinin molecule + Urea molecule → C5 Creatinin molecule   excludes H3N2molecule.

  C4H4O4 + (NH2)2CO → C5H5O5   excludes H3N2    


Figure 141   C5H12N6 C5H11N5 C5H5O5
excludes O excludes O2 excludes H3N2


Example 45


Singularity six


- Example :

Singular Creatinin molecule + two Urea molecule → C6 Creatinin molecule   excludes two Oxygen atoms.

  C4H8N4 + 2(NH2)2CO → C6H16N8   excludes O2    


Creatinin molecule + two Urea molecule → C6 Creatinin molecule   excludes three Oxygen atoms.

  C4H7N3O + 2(NH2)2CO → C6H15N7   excludes O3    


Equal Creatinin molecule + two Urea molecule → C6 Creatinin molecule   excludes 2H3N2molecules.

  C4H4O4 + 2(NH2)2CO → C6H6O6   excludes 2H3N2    


Figure 142   C6H16N8 C6H15N7 C6H6O6
excludes O2 excludes O3 excludes 2H3N2


Singularity seven


- Example :

Singular Creatinin molecule + three Urea molecules → C7 Creatinin molecule   excludes three Oxygen atoms.

  C4H8N4 + 3(NH2)2CO → C7H20N10   excludes O3    


Creatinin molecule + three Urea molecules → C7 Creatinin molecule   excludes four Oxygen atoms.

  C4H7N3O + 3(NH2)2CO → C7H19N9   excludes 2O2    


Equal Creatinin molecule + three Urea molecules → C7 Creatinin molecule   excludes 2H3N2molecules.

  C4H4O4 + 3(NH2)2CO → C7H7O7   excludes 2H3N2    


Figure 143   C7H20N10 C7H19N9 C7H7O7
excludes O3 excludes 2O2 excludes 2H3N2


Singularity eight - Dioxide Urea example


- Example with 4(NH2)2CO2:

Singular Creatinin molecule + four dioxide Urea molecules → C8 Creatinin molecule  

  C4H8N4 + 4(NH2)2CO2 → C8H24N12O8      


Creatinin molecule + four dioxide Urea molecules → C8 Creatinin molecule  

  C4H7N3O + 4(NH2)2CO2 → C8H23N11O9    


Equal Creatinin molecule + four dioxide Urea molecule → C8 Creatinin molecule   excludes 4N2 molecules.

  C4H4O4 + 4(NH2)2CO2 → C8H16O12   excludes 4HN2    


Figure 144   C8H24N12O8 C8H23N11O9 C8H16O12
excludes 4HN2


Example 46


Singularity eight - Two Creatinin molecules example


- Example :

Singular Creatinin molecule + Singular Creatinin molecule → C8 Creatinin molecule  

  C4H8N4 + C4H8N4 → C8H16N8    


Creatinin molecule + Creatinin molecule → C8 Creatinin molecule  

  C4H7N3O + C4H7N3O → C8H14N6O2    


Equal Creatinin molecule + Equal Creatinin molecule → C8 Equal Creatinin molecule  

  C4H4O4 + C4H4O4 → C8H8O8    


Figure 145   C8H16N8 C8H14N6O2 C8H8O8


Example 47


Singularity nine -


- Example :

C8 Singular Creatinin molecule + One Urea molecule → C9 Creatinin molecule  

  C8H16N8 + (NH2)2CO → C9H20N10  excludes O    


C8 Creatinin molecule + One Urea molecule → C9 Creatinin molecule  

  C8H14N6O2 + (NH2)2CO → C9H18N8O3    


C8 Equal Creatinin molecule + One Urea molecule → C9 Equal Creatinin molecule  

  C8H8O8 + (NH2)2CO → C9H12N2O9    


Figure 146   C9H20N10 C9H18N8O3 C9H12N2O9


Example 48


Singularity ten -


- Example :

C9 Singular Creatinin molecule + One Urea molecule → C10 Creatinin molecule  

  C9H20N10 + (NH2)2CO → C10H24N12O    


C9 Creatinin molecule + One Urea molecule → C10 Creatinin molecule  

  C9H18N8O3+ (NH2)2CO → C10H22N10O4    


C9 Equal Creatinin molecule + One Urea molecule → C10 Equal Creatinin molecule  

  C9H12N2O9 + (NH2)2CO → C10H16N4O10    


Figure 147   C10H24N12O C10H22N10O4 C10H16N4O10


Ten Urea molecules example :

  10(NH2)2CO → C10H40N20O10    


Figure 148   C10H40N20O10
  Chemical Formula:   C10H40N20O10

  Molecular Weight (g/mol):   600,553

  Energy (kJ/mol):      70.215,101

  Estmated Dipole Moment(D): 1,460

  Number of Atoms:   80

  Number of Bonds:   80




Example 49


Twenty Urea molecules + one thousand Creatinin molecules example.

  20(NH2)2CO + 1000C4H7N3O → C20H80N40O20 + C4000H7000N3000O1000 →    


  → C4020H7080N3040O1020    


Standards of Measurement Etalons (sum of atoms):
singularity molecule definitive
1 C4020H7080N3040O1020 - in 1 volume (mmol/l) millimoles per liter


Sum of atoms CHNO in blood is 4020 + 7080 + 3040 + 1020 = 150160 = 100%



Standards of Measurement Etalons ( % ):
atom : % condition
  Carbon atoms   40,2 %   solid
  Oxygen atoms   10,2 % liquid
  Hydrogen atoms   20,4 %
  Hydrogen atoms   50,4 %   gas
  Nitrogen atoms   30,4 %   gas


Standards of Measurement Etalons (atom):
singularity atoms molecule
1   1 Oxygen atom  - in 1 Water molecule
1   1 Oxygen atom  - in 1 Carbon monoxide molecule
1   1 Nitrogen atom  - in 1 Ammonia molecule
1   1 Carbon atom  - in 1 Carbon monoxide molecule
1   1 Carbon atom  - in 1 Carbon dioxide molecule
1   1 Carbon atom  - in 1 Methane molecule
2   2 Nitrogen atoms  - in 1 CN2O and CN2 molecule
2   2 Hydrogen atoms  - in 1 Water molecule
2   2 Oxygen atoms  - in 1 Carbon dioxide molecule
3   3 Hydrogen atoms  - in 1 Ammonia molecule
4   4 Hydrogen atoms  - in 1 Methane molecule
19 Total number atoms for Urea-Creatinin Molecules



Standards of Measurement Etalons (atom):
singularity singularity chem elem
1 3 Nitrogen atoms
2


Standards of Measurement Etalons (atom):
singularity singularity chem elem
1 3 Carbon atoms
1
1


Standards of Measurement Etalons (atom):
singularity singularity chem elem
1 4 Oxygen atoms
1
2


Standards of Measurement Etalons (atom):
singularity singularity chem elem
2 9 Hydrogen atoms
3
4


Singularity create number of Methane molecules

Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules Methane molecules
1 1005   Carbon atoms 1005
4 4020   Hydrogen atoms


Singularity create number of Ammonia molecules

Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules Ammonia molecules
1 1020   Nitrogen atoms 1020
3 3039   Hydrogen atoms
2 21


Singularity creates a number of CN2O molecules

Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules CN2O molecules
1 1005   Oxygen atoms 1005
1 1005   Carbon atoms
2 2010   Nitrogen atoms


Singularity creates a number of CN2 molecules

Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules CN2 molecules
1 5   Carbon atoms 5
2 10   Nitrogen atoms


Singularity creates a number of Carbon monoxide molecules

Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules Carbon monoxide molecule
1 15   Oxygen atoms 15
1 15   Carbon atoms


Singularity creates a number of C2 molecules

Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules C2 molecule
1 1990   Carbon atoms 995


Singularity creates a number of missing O2 molecules

Transformation C2 moolecule in 2CO2 molecule.
Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
Singularity atoms molecules Carbon dioxide mol.
1 1990   Carbon atoms 1990
2 3980   Oxygen atoms


Singularity creates a number of missing O2 molecules

Transformation CH4 moolecule in CO2 molecule.
Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules Carbon dioxide mol.
1 1005   Carbon atoms 1005
2 2010   Oxygen atoms


Singularity creates a number of missing O molecule

Transformation CH4 molecule in CO molecule.
Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules Carbon monoxide mol.
1 1005   Carbon atoms 1005
1 1005   Oxygen atoms


Singularity creates a number of H2O molecules

Transformation CH4 molecule in H2O molecule.
Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules Water molecule
2 2010   Oxygen atoms 2010
4 4020   Hydrogen atoms


Singularity creates a number of missing Haemoglobin cell

Transformation of number Nitrogen atoms in FeN4 Haemo molecule core.
Nitrogen atoms number divided by four, for number Haemo molecules
Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules Haemo molecules core
1 3040   Nitrogen atoms 760
4 760   N4 atoms


Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules 25% damaged Haemo molecules core
1 3040   Nitrogen atoms 253
12 253   4N3 atoms


Nitrogen atoms number divided by sixteen for Haemoglobin cell number.

Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules Haemoglobin cell
1 3040   Nitrogen atoms 190
16 190   4N4 atoms


Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules 25% damaged Haemoglobin cell
1 3040   Nitrogen atoms 253
12 253   4N3 atoms


Singularity create number of missing Iron atoms

Transformation of Nitrogen atoms, in Fe core in Haemoglobin cell.
3040/4=760
Standards of Measurement Etalons (molecule):
singularity atoms molecules Haemo molecules Fe core
1 3040   Nitrogen atoms 760
4 760   4Fe atoms


Example 50


See right side ANALYZER

C4H7N3O   molecule content
C CH4 NH3       CO CN2 See C Creatinin molecule
C2 CH4 NH3       CN2O   See C2 Creatinin molecule
C3 CH4 NH3         N2O See C3 Creatinin molecule
C3 CH4   H2O   HN3     See C3 Creatinin molecule
2C2   NH3 H2O H2N2       See 2C2 Creatinin molecule
C4   NH3 H2O H2N2       See C4 Creatinin molecule
C4   NH3 H2O H2N2       See C4 Creatinin molecule.


Author



   Vladimir Lazic   Denmark    March  2013


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Part six


NEW SINGULARITY BRANCH (Phosphorus atom as central atom)


PHOSPHATE MOLECULES   PO4; HPO4; H2PO4; H3PO4; H4PO4; H5PO5.....

The chemical process can change the content, with the chemical synthesis of the Phosphorus atom.
The Carbon or Phosphorus atoms, as central atoms, determine the kind of molecules.

The beginning of the next singularity is determined by the number of electrons. See Figure 149

Figure 149
Molecule content
Periphery atoms Central atoms
atom
atom Hydrogen Oxygen Nitrogen Carbon Phosphorus
electrons 1 2 - 6 2 - 5 2 - 4 2 - 8 - 5
mising electrons 7 2 3 4 3
singularity 1 2 3 4 5


The electron bond is the sum of electron number + missing electrons number = 8.

The singularity number is the distance from the zero point.

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY OF THE PHOSPHATE MOLECULE


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