Surface curvature-quantized energy and forcefield in spacetime-warped chemical physics

24 January 2020, Version 2
This content is a preprint and has not undergone peer review at the time of posting.


Surface curvatures-quantized spacetime’s energy, forcefield, uncertainty and coupling were introduced consistently for geometrizing chemical physics generally to support well-established theories, tackle longstanding problems, predict new chemistry and chemical biology, geometrize Heisenberg’s Uncertainty, and quantize and generalize Einstein’s spacetime.


surface curvature effects
spacetime energy
geometrized chemistry

Supplementary materials

Tian SCEE 1-23-2020

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