From this "married stage", if their reaction proceeds further, they may first typically buy a house, i.e. substrate attachment and modification, and then react further to produce a child Bc, as shown by the following reaction:
Generally speaking, to form such highly organized molecular substrateconfigurations (as pictured), a person, i.e. human molecule, first raises his or her self from a molecular seedling to adulthood. Nearing this ripening time, typically such a person, we'll use man Mx for example, meets or begins to react with another person, typically a female Fy, to form the bonded structure "dating couple" [Mx - - - Fy] according to the following human chemical reaction:
:: Affluent Homes ::
Highly Organized Human Molecular Substrate
Instituteof Human Thermodynamics
The ‘total’ amount of energy that is released from the bonded pair’s system owing to physical heat interactions between the couple over time is measured by a thermodynamic quantity called the change in enthalpy∆H. However, not all of this energy is used efficiently for productive virtuous purpose, some goes to waste. We quantitatively measure this lost energy via an energetic term called entropyS, which relates to organization.
Generally, the more organized the pair MxFy, with respect to occupationally-viable knowledge, the more organization we tend to find in the ‘final’ end-stage reaction living environment (i.e. home). Organizational change, being defined as the difference in organization in the system when the pair first meet or start dating (initial conditions) as contrasted with the organization in the system when the pair is firmly bonded well into their relationship (final conditions) is measured by the change in entropy ∆S. This difference is defined by relation:
∆S = Sfinal - Sinitial
This quantity ∆S also takes into account the amount of heat lost or dissipated during the reaction owing to, primarily, non-optimal organizations which surface as inter-marriage friction, goal misalignments, personality contrasts, inefficiency, discord, conflict, etc.
The amount of total productive work (energy) released by the pair, over time, after the wasted energy ∆S is subtracted out of the measurement of total energy released ∆H, is measured by thermodynamic quantity called the change in free energy∆G. Together these three governing thermodynamic quantities are correlated via the following equation, called the Gibbs free energy equation:
∆G = ∆H – T∆S
Typically, affluent homes result from reactions defined to have large negative values of Gibbs free energy change. This, in turn, correlates to stability as dictated via photonic solar input actions into earth-biosphere system.
Have comments on this section?
Know of any corrections, modifications, or additions to this page?