February 23, 2015
Heat, temperature, heat conduction, thermo-conduction, thermoconductivity, thermal expansion, Balmer-Rydberg formula
Thermal energy is that of rotation of atoms and molecules around their proper rotation axes. The temperature of a substance is the mean energy of its molecules’ rotation, while its indicator is their rotation frequencies around their own axes. Atoms and molecules of a substanse distance themselves due to ethereal or elonic whirls (electromagnetic fields) created by means of their rotation around their proper axes. The said elonic whirls contre-balance the forces of Fatio that try to attract molecules together. Besides, these elonic whirls function as transferers of rotation from a molecule to its neighboring molecule, and such transfer of rotation represents the process of thermoconduction. In crystallic solids, e.g. metals, thermoconduction priority directions lie along sides of crystals’ lattices.
Solids with molecules non-organized in crystals’ lattices such as thermoinsulators, liquids and especially gases, are much less thermoconductive than metals, which can be explained by greater intermolecular distances that diminishe the ethereal tranfer effectivness.