As shown, we have the human thermodynamic representation of an inter-bonded tri-human-ide family molecule: 
Specifically, we have a father human molecule Mx, a Mother human molecule Fy, and their Baby/Child human molecule bonded into a structure colloquially known as the nuclear family.  The component that forms the adhesive part of their relationship, i.e. the fundamental particle ‘glue’ holding them together thermodynamically over time, is what’s called the electromagnetic force, which itself operates either directly or indirectly by exchanging field particles called photons.  These ‘exchanges’ accrue to the stabilizing effect wherein an overbalance attractive to repulsive perceptions function to hold the unit in bonded association over a specified period of time.  This structure is formed through the following human chemical reaction:

Mx + Fy --> MxFyBc

This reaction has a typical reaction time of t = 18 years.  That is, a couple meets, their interactions are energetically favored ∆G<0; then, within an average span of 3 years they produce a child Bc, and then raise this undeveloped human molecule for an approximate period of 15 years wherein at such time the child human molecule begins to de-bond and go off on its own, as shown by the following reaction:

MxFyBc --> MxFy + Bc


Mx = Male Human Molecule
Fy = Female Human Molecule
Bc = Baby/Child Human Molecule
Gamma [γ] = Photon Bond
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