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flame

The liberation of heat, light and aliquot substance from molecular mass. Flame or fire is a partial molecular dissociation to atomic and etheric states. The flame of fire is a combination of different plasmas or what used to be called ether. Flame is plasma (gases) of differing tenuities. It's light is the emission of photons. Flame simultaneously takes in (molecular and atomic matter) and throws off (gas, plasma, light and heat). Therefore "burning" is molecular dissociation to smaller aliquot parts.



See Also

7B.09 - Luminiferous Ether or Light
15.14 - Dissociation Liberates Spontaneous Energy
Atomic Clusters
Combustion
Disintegration
Dissociation
Ether
Etheric Elements
Fire
Formation of Atomic Clusters
Heat
Luminiferous Ether
Matter
Molecular Dissociation
phlogiston
Photon
Plasma
Subdivision


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