Special Issue on Issue III: Foundations of Hadronic Chemistry

Submission Deadline: Aug. 31, 2017

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  • Lead Guest Editor
    • Richard Anderson
      Board of Trustees, The R. M. Santilli Foundation, Palm Harbor, Florida, USA
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  • Introduction

    In continuation of the preceding two special issues on the Foundations of Haronic Mathematics and the Foundations of Hadronic Mechanics the present third special issue is devoted to the Foundations of Hadronic Chemistry. By noting that quantum chemistry cannot provide a quantitative representation of the attraction between two identical valence electrons in singlet coupling, the Italian-American scientist R. M. Santilli initiated the construction of a covering of quantum chemistry under the name of hadronic chemistry, which is solely valid at one Fermi mutual distance of valence electrons while recovering quantum chemistry identically and uniquely at larger distances. Thanks also to the collaboration of numerous chemists, hadronic chemistry has now achieved applications and experimental verification in superconductivity, molecular structure, chemical reactions, biological systems and other fields.

    It should also be indicated that various companies are now regularly manufacturing and selling products based on Hadronic Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, such as Magnegas Corporation, a U. S. public company whose stock is traded under the symbol MNGA, and its subsidiaries in Italy, Australia and China, that produced new environmentally friendly fuels with a new chemical structure solely permitted by hadronic chemistry.

    This special issue of AJMP would outline the above described advances in hadronic chemistry with an emphasis on its emerging basic and industrial applications.

  • Guidelines for Submission

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  • Published Papers

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