Chemistry "on Fibonacci" The Due to the works of the English scientific Dalton (1766-1844) the atomic doctrine became firmly established in chemistry and the The assertion of the law of multiple ratios is one of the remarkable achievements of world science: from the chaos of the atomic presentations the simple, orderly, beautiful system originated. The atoms of different elements can derivate infinite every possible combinations, connected by the forces of the chemical connection. But only some of them are steady and are saved, and other combinations perish by disintegrating on the steadier connections. And those combinations of atoms of different elements will be steady, which correspond to simple integer ratios of components. It is surprised simple, clearly, lucidly and corresponds completely to the Pythagorean doctrine about the dominating role of numbers in the Universe organization! However such formulation of the main chemical law evokes some bewilderment. What means the "simple integer ratios"? It is not clear what to perceive under the "small" integers of atoms in the formulas of chemical compounds. While studied rather simple chemical compounds the atom ratio in them usually corresponded to "small" numbers, for example, H We would not delve into the chemistry of the different compounds. We will be interested only in one problem: whether reveal themselves the Fibonacci numbers and the golden proportion in the formulas of chemical compounds? The Ukrainian chemist Vasutinski attempted to give the answer to this problem. He found out the compounds based on the Fibonacci numbers at the analysis of the uranium and chromium oxides. At the uranium oxidation the structure of the generating oxides changes not continuously, and spasmodically, from one steady compounds with the integer atom ratio to other one. Between the uranium oxides of UO Each of the described uranium oxides can be represented as the sum of the two boundary oxides UO Considering the equation of the kind U It is generally accepted to determine the structure of the chemical compounds by the ratio of atoms of the elements included in this compound. But it is possible to esteem the chemical compounds as consisting of atoms (ions) of the different elements and mobile valence electrons, which "respond" for formation of chemical connections between atoms. So, for example, in the chromium oxide Cr Thus, Vasutinski rather convincingly demonstrated, that the chemical compounds organized "on Fibonacci" exist! But as we saw earlier, there is an infinite number of the generalized Fibonacci numbers, the
It is clear, that the generalized Fibonacci numbers give considerably more of the stoichiometric factors for the chemical compounds, than the classic Fibonacci numbers and discover a broader field for the chemical researches. And in conclusion once again we remind about the golden proportion equations of the higher degrees, which was revealed by the famous physicist Feynman at the research of the power condition of the butadiene. Whether are these algebraic equations, having the golden proportion as the radical, by the models of the power structures of other chemical compounds? If it will be affirmed, it will testify, that the golden proportion is the basis of the optimal organization of the chemical compounds. |