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You could read 100 books on Quantum Mechanics and still not be able to calculate the interatomic distance, specific heat, enthalpy, entropy, thermal expansion, compressibility, and numerous other properties of elements, compounds, and mixtures. But you could with the Reciprocal System of physical theory created by scientist-engineer Dewey B. Larson and presented in his numerous books, including The Structure of the Physical Universe, The Case Against the Nuclear Atom, Beyond Newton, New Light on Space and Time, Quasars and Pulsars, Nothing But Motion, The Neglected Facts of Science, The Universe of Motion, Basic Properties of Matter, and Beyond Space and Time. The Founder and Chair of the International Society of Unified Science, Dr. Ronald W. Satz, has computerized all the Reciprocal System calculations for the microcosmos into one easy-to-use database module. Dr. Satz is the author of The Unmysterious Universe-a primer on the Reciprocal System-and scores of papers on the theory. The software is written in Filemaker Advanced and will run on Windows XP and higher. Five licenses are included, so five users can access the database simultaneously. Tool tips for many of the fields explain what data to enter. The Reciprocal System calculations are compared with actual experimental or observed data or with empirical regression equations. Results may be plotted out, e.g. as a function of temperature or pressure. Solid, liquid, vapor, and gas properties are included, as are the properties of subatoms, cosmic (inverse) atoms, and photons. A link on the Main Menu takes the user to the official Web site for RS research where numerous papers and books can be read freely.  The screen shots are also there.


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