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Chain reaction and foggoid particles

  1. May 8, 2004 #1
    The activation energy needed by a substance changing from an ordinary state to the foggoid state comes from the effect of inertial frame dragging. Foggoid particles are reactive species, which, in the chain reaction, can change particles of a substance in an ordinary state individually into foggoid particles, of which some are particles of non-present-time foggoid.

    For information about the chain reaction, please refer to the section of "Chain reaction" in the chapter of "Chemical kinetics" in a physical chemistry textbook.

    For more information, please see Chapter 6 of the Antigravitation Engine Site (http://xczhx.nease.net/indexEnglish.htm).
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