Updated link to Mathis' Elements configurations

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Updated link to Mathis' Elements configurations

Post by Cr6 on Mon Nov 24, 2014 1:59 am

This is a link to an Excel file with each element diagrams up to Uranium according to MM's papers (not perfect but close):

http://www.filedropper.com/mathisallelementsver002

This will be updated with angular layouts for each alpha. 0-45-90-180-270-etc. angles for the layout for each layout position.

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Re: Updated link to Mathis' Elements configurations

Post by Cr6 on Sat Apr 11, 2015 2:45 am

MathisAllElements_ver015:
zippyshare.com/d/4napMKPg/898/MathisAllElements_ver015.zip

Also MathisAllElements_ver015::

http://wikisend.com/download/540852/MathisAllElements_ver015.zip

An updated version with slots filed to the 19th position.


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Re: Updated link to Mathis' Elements configurations

Post by LongtimeAirman on Sat Apr 11, 2015 2:00 pm

Sorry, No Joy Cr6.

First time I tried the link a couple of hours ago (where you gave this link in reply to my review), after pressing the one and only blue button, my Symantic refused to install (would not allow me to override either) the .exe file.

The second attempt just a little while ago from here, went through the motions, but did not display the download button and instead redirected me to a page that begins:
comzippyshare.com
Below are sponsored listings for goods and services related to: comzippyshare.com
http://dp.g.doubleclick.net/apps/domainpark/domainpark.cgi?client=ca-dp-oversee19_3ph_xml&domain_name=comzippyshare.com&channel=004299%2Ctest61%2Ctest87&drid=as-drid-2582363725161907&output=html

On a subsequent try I ended up at a zippy page with just AdFly.
zippyshare.comzippyshare.com/v/nOPO8bxF/file.html
Skipping the ad lands me to the previous address

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Re: Updated link to Mathis' Elements configurations

Post by Cr6 on Sat Apr 11, 2015 7:01 pm

Sorry for the hassles LongTermAirman.   These free-ware programs come with a lot of snooping/redirects so their "ads/cookies" are included. Embarassed

I noticed when you hit these links there is a an Adfly that you have to wait like 5 seconds and then in the upper right corner you'll need to click the "continue" button to go to the download page.

The orange "Download" button does the download on the download page:
zippyshare.com/v/4napMKPg/file.html

Here's ver015 with a direct link:
zippyshare.com/d/4napMKPg/898/MathisAllElements_ver015.zip

Also:
http://wikisend.com/download/540852/MathisAllElements_ver015.zip (expires after 04/19/2015)

I actually fixed a few things and included graphics from the ver010 download i posted yesterday.

If this fails I'll try and find my MediaFire log-in account.


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Re: Updated link to Mathis' Elements configurations

Post by LongtimeAirman on Sat Apr 11, 2015 7:36 pm

We've got joy!

The Slot Diags and Miles' models can work together (or separately), but I think it's more finished with both. "A picture's worth a thousand words", this makes learning what I thought was Miles' most complicated subject (nuclear configuration) into the simplest.

P.S.

I'm quite surprised to see 92 U looks more like a molecule than an element.

I found the electron count. (I'm not slow for nothing).

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Re: Updated link to Mathis' Elements configurations

Post by Cr6 on Sun Apr 12, 2015 12:47 am

LongtimeAirman wrote:We've got joy!

The Slot Diags and Miles' models can work together (or separately), but I think it's more finished with both. "A picture's worth a thousand words", this makes learning what I thought was Miles' most complicated subject (nuclear configuration) into the simplest.

P.S.

I'm quite surprised to see 92 U looks more like a molecule than an element.

I found the electron count. (I'm not slow for nothing).

Awesome. That's good to hear.

BTW, I did notice that Mathis' diagram of Neodynium doesn't match the slot count with the Atomic Number. His slots in the graphic add up to 61 but the Atomic Number is 60? Don't know if I have something wrong.

I did adjust Astatine since it had an problem. Also, I had something wrong with Chlorine which I've fixed.
And also ytterbium was updated to match the slot layouts so they balance left and right. This one might have a  "surprise" layout once Mathis diagrams it. I put a "2-slot" on the 16-17 slots which isn't typical usually since they are just 1-slots.

There are a couple of other areas with restrictions that I didn't fully get accurate. 

The whole 239. Uranium TetraFluoride paper shows how unexpectedly, a few of the molecular layouts can become. Quite different than I ever would have imagined.

Included in this, is the paper 233. The LANTHANIDES and breaking madelung rule  that throws up surprises with the layout - it adds constraints that other elements don't usually have.

I have noticed that in the 10,11,12,13 positions (vertical slots outside of the 9-shell) -- they tend to be only 1 slot step-down from the slots in the 9-shell.  I may jump from a 1-4 or 2-3, etc. in some cases which Miles may reconfigure at some point. 





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