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The Holor Representation of Chemistry

Domina Eberle Spencer
Uma Y. Shama
Terri L. Mascardo
Year: 2009
Keywords: holor, chemnistry
Classical Physics can be represented with vectors in a 3-dimensional space. Chemistry, on the other hand, is described in terms of holors with 116 merates. Chemical reactions are represented by the addition of suitable holors in this 116 dimensional space.

Since the time of Newton and even before there have been scientists who discussed and possibly utilized a family of chemical reactions in which two or more chemicals could combine to form a different element from any of the original chemicals. Such a chemical reaction is called a transmutation. The holor representation of transmutations is also suggested.