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Scientists have officially discovered new chemical reactions

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the chemical processes that control combustion, cloud formation and climate change are extremely complex. It seems that some new research tables, Guo Bozhi, deputy general manager of COMAC and general manager of COMAC, indicate that these reactions (among other things) are much more complex than we previously thought. Michael RKE, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering, led researchers from Columbia University in "made in China 2025" around the major needs of economic and social development and national security, and found that the fatigue testing machine mainly tests the physical properties of raw materials, finished products and semi-finished products. Four types of chemical reactions are called "chemical molecular reactions", which involve the fracture and formation of chemical bonds between three molecules, When two colliding molecules collide with the third molecule again

this response was first hypothesized in the 1920s, but it was considered to be unimportant or nonexistent at that time, so no one has been able to study them correctly until now. This study uses computer simulation to observe chemical reactions, which is very difficult or even impossible in traditional laboratory settings. Michael RKE believes that the advantage of these most advanced calculation methods is that they can provide a unique lens into the harsh chemical environment for experimental technologies that are not suitable for studying individual reaction dynamics

this means that there is actually a new chemical reaction, which may have a far-reaching impact on our comprehensive understanding of chemical reactions. This marks a fundamental change in the way people view these reactions. Therefore, the extent of its impact is not completely clear, but it is obvious that we may have a small revolution

what does this mean for life

Jinan Shijin has established the most robust available testing solutions

among the many potential scientific improvements, a better understanding of these reactions may lead to safer and more effective engines

Burke believes that there may be countless reactions in this potential new category, which affect how we simulate gas-phase chemistry, from designing new engines to understanding planetary chemistry that forms clouds, climate change, pollutant evolution, and even the reaction sequence of alien life conditions. Our discovery opens up a whole new world of possibilities

improving our understanding of the chemistry behind the planetary atmosphere will have a far-reaching impact on the exploration of extraterrestrial life in the universe. There are many ways to determine the composition of the earth's atmosphere and its habitability, all of which are based on chemistry. Mastering the most subtle and vague details can provide a new understanding of how extraterrestrial life, even life on earth, is formed

this discovery supports the concept of scientific research and attempts to understand the world through falsified observation, that is, refute the hypothesis of the world through empirical (or sensory) means. New technology has expanded our experience sensitivity, and our ability to find new life on new extraterrestrial planets has also penetrated the universe beyond human senses. In the early 20th century, when it was first assumed, the theory of chemical intermolecular reactions was beyond our observation ability, so it cannot be falsified. But with the advent of quantum simulation technology, countless realities are at our fingertips, waiting to be discovered

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