Law of Pitch of Atomic Oscillation

Law of Pitch of Atomic Oscillation
"Atoms not isolated and in a state of tension between forces that oppose and increase the equilibrium oscillate bodily at a pitch that is a resultant of the Atomic weight, Atomic volume, and tension." Keely, 1893

Calculating the pitch or frequency of atoms. As any vibrating object such vibration and oscillation are dependent on weight, volume and tension. For instance calculating the frequency of a guitar or piano string these three variables are taken into account. The difference is the atom exists within the atomic subdivision while the piano string is of the molecular subdivision. Hence the molecular also has another variable, that of substance or mass. A copper string can bear little tension while a tempered steel string can be stretched to a much greater tension.

This law explains in part the dynamic within Russell's Locked Potentials of the elements.

See Also

Chart of Locked Potentials
Keelys Forty Laws
Locked Potentials and Subdivisions
Locked Potentials and the Square Law
Part 12 - Russells Locked Potentials
Scale of Locked Potentials
12.01 - Scale of Locked Potentials
12.04 - Locked Potentials and the Square Law
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