Here are some random Chemistry/Physics/Calculus ideas that are making their
way into my programs, but aren't quite there yet. They are all fairly
interrelated and interesting.
Stoichiometry - Solving Chemical Equations
Stoichiometry is used to solve and balance chemical equations. I cannot
even began to stress how important and useful stoichiometry is. When I
have completed the current version of GasLaws and made more progresss of my
Physics program, I will begin to write a stoichiometry program wirtten in
Forces - How do they affect objects, and how are they changing objects?
Forces act upon every body in the universe. How they interact, why they
act, and their effects are the fundamental basis for physics and
chemistry. In chemistry, the forces studied are the forces that govern
that actions in chemical reactions, and thus, chemistry is simply a more
specific branch of physics in this nature.
In time, the relation of these forces, between their scalar quantities, and
their vector-based nature, will have their own set of programs, dealing
specifically with their every interaction. However, at this time, I am
more concerned with the completion of the GasLaws programs, at which time I can
devote my full energies to the work on physics programs.
Nuclear Reactions - How do they work?
These are a fairly straight-forward concept of physics, in the fact that if
you know the element, its atomic number, its atomic mass, how it decays, you can
find what it decays into, and you can also calculate how much energy is released
in the decay if you know the specific mass of the particle.
Expect this program to be out shortly, with a lot of advances to it one I get
a database developed.
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