Is There Any Explaination for the Chemical Atomic Weights of Protons, Neutrons and Electrons through the Genetic Codes Attributed to Quantum Superposition? ()

Tahir Ölmez^{}

Department of Social Sciences, Selçuk University, Konya, Turkey.

**DOI: **10.4236/oalib.1109650
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Department of Social Sciences, Selçuk University, Konya, Turkey.

This paper attempts to express the atomic weight of proton, neutron and electron with genetic codes. At first, if you take the exact atomic weight of proton, neutron and electron after the comma, you can convert this decimal base numbers to binary number base system. Secondly, after converting process of this numbers, you should sequence this numbers as decimal number base system again. Thirdly, sum this decimal base numbers respectively. Fourthly, total adding processes correspond to genetic codes [**Adenine (A), Thymine (T), Guanine (G), Cytosine (C) and Uracil (U**)]. Fifthly, the result explanations of this atomic particle weights can be defined like this: [as the mass of proton equals to **Guanine** (G):78; the mass of electron equals to **Uracil** (U): 64 and the mass of neutron equals to “68” both **Adenine** (A) and **Thymine** (T)]. Sixthly, the dual explanation of neutron can be stemmed from *Quantum Superposition*, since the value mass of neutron not only can be sequenced as *Adenine* (*A*) but also can be sequenced as *Thymine* (*T*). Seventhly, interestingly, the atomic weight of Avogardo’s number can be also expressed as “**Uracil (U)**” genetic code. Lastly, let alone this result, average of **proton, neutron and electron** equals to “Adenine (A)” genetic code again. In sum, the chemical atomic weight of basic atomic particles can be expressed as nucleotide bases **(A T, G, C and U)**.

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Biochemistry, Quantum Superposition, Quantum Physics, Atomic Weight of Proton, Atomic Weight of Neutron, Atomic Weight of Electron, Genetic Codes, Nucleotide Bases, Binary Number Base Systems and Quantum Perspective Model

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Ölmez, T. (2022) Is There Any Explaination for the Chemical Atomic Weights of Protons, Neutrons and Electrons through the Genetic Codes Attributed to Quantum Superposition?. *Open Access Library Journal*, **9**, 1-8. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1109650.

1. Introduction

The multiple structure of the standard genetic code is derivable from the total number of nucleotides (A, T, G, C and U). This number of nucleotides composing 64 triplets of the genetic code table [1]. Instead of genetic code table, the atomic numbers of nucleotide bases were published by Kuria Lutva. Also, this paper mentions about the numeric values for nucleotide bases may be researched by binary coding [2].

Sociologists have developed the concepts of “Social Superposition” as follows: Quantum Superposition. This effort is based on the Quantum physics concept of Superposition (Superposition means any two states can be combined into one, single separate case) had a profound influence on the early sociological classic theory. “Social Superposition” is the social movement of space and time in the human mind [3].

Another paper researched the relationship between the genetic language of hemoglobin and theoretical aspect of cybernetics. Hemoglobin protein sequences were explained by Atomic Genetic Code Table with the numbers of atoms in those nucleotides [4]. Prior to this article, with respect to Quantum Perspective Model Kevser Köklü researched the relationship between the velocity of light numbers and genetic codes [5], even, the relation with Pi numbers [6] and nucleotide bases were also explained by Kevser Köklü too. At last, not only the link between the Planck’s constant numbers [7] and genetic codes but also the link between some irrational numbers and genetic codes were researched by Tahir Ölmez [8]. In this research, this paper aims to search relations between the chemical atomic weight of basic atomic particles and number base systems and chemical formulas of nucleotide bases.

2. Methods

According to Quantum Perspective Model, the representation of genetic codes were explained by chemical formulas of nucleotide bases (A T, G, C and U). With respect to this perspective, the atomic mass of elements were regarded as the calculation of nucleotide bases. But at this paper, not only the atomic masses of elements were ascribed to calculations but also the atomic weights of protons, neutrons and electrons were also ascribed to calculations.

The chemical structures of nucleotide bases consist of Carbon (C), Nitrogen (N), Oxygen (O) and Hydrogen (H) [9]. For the representation of nucleotide bases (A, T, C, G and U) in chemical atoms (See Table 1).

2.1. The Calculation of Exact Atomic Weight of Proton

The atomic weights of proton [10].

Table 1. Representation of nucleotide bases (A, T, C, G and U) in chemical atoms.

1.67262192369 * 10^{−27} kg

0.167262192369 * 10^{−28} kg

At first, Please take the exact atomic weight of proton after comma (0, *16* *72* *62* *19* *23* *69*). Secondly, convert this decimal numbers to binary number base (See Table 2). Thirdly, after writing this binary numbers one by one, convert this binary numbers to decimal numbers again partially. For instance [(16:1000; 72:100 1000; 62:11 11 10; 19:100 11; 23:10 11 1 and 69:1000 101)]. Fourthly, sum the partial numbers respectively. For instance [(16 = 16); (72 = 4 + 16 = 20); (62 = 3 + 3 + 2 = 8); (19 = 4 + 3 = 7); (23 = 2 + 3 + 1 = 6) and (69 = 16 + 5 = 21)]. Fifthly, add the total partial decimal numbers (16 + 20 + 8 + 7 + 6 + 21 = 78). Finally, see Table 1 for the equivalents of this number “78” Guanine (G).

2.2. The Calculation of Exact Atomic Weight of Electron

The atomic weights of electron [11].

9.1093837015 * 10^{−31} kg

0.91093837015 * 10^{−32} kg

At first, Please take the exact atomic weight of proton after comma (0, *91* *09* *38* *37* *01* 5). Secondly, convert this decimal numbers to binary number base (See Table 3). Thirdly, after writing this binary numbers one by one, convert this binary numbers to decimal numbers again partially. For instance [(91:10 11011; 09:1001; 38:1001 10; 37:100 101; 01:1 and 5:101)]. Fourthly, sum the partial numbers respectively. For instance [(91 = 2 + 27 = 29); (09 = 9); (38 = 9 + 2 = 11); (37 = 4 + 5 = 9); (01 = 1) and (5 = 5)]. Fifthly, add the total partial decimal numbers (29 + 9 + 11 + 9 + 1 + 5 = 64). Finally, see Table 1 for the equivalents of this number “64” Uracil (U).

2.3. The Calculation of Exact atomic Weight of Neutron

The atomic weights of neutron [12].

0.167492749804 * 10^{−28} kg

At first, Please take the exact atomic weight of neutron after comma (0, *16* *74* *92* *74* *98* *04*). Secondly, convert this decimal numbers to binary number base (See Table 4). Thirdly, after writing this binary numbers one by one, convert this binary numbers to decimal numbers again partially. For instance [(16:1000; 74:100 1010; 92:10 11 100; 74:100 1010; 98:1 1000 10 and 04:100)]. Fourthly, sum

Table 2. Representation of decimal numbers in binary base for exact atomic weight of proton after comma.

Table 3. Representation of decimal numbers in binary base for exact atomic weight of electron after comma.

Table 4. Representation of decimal numbers in binary base for exact atomic weight of neutron after comma.

the partial numbers respectively. For instance [(16 = 16); (74 = 4 + 10 = 14); (92 = 2 + 3 + 4 = 9); (74 = 4 + 10 = 14); (98 = 1 + 8 + 2 = 11) and (04 = 4)]. Fifthly, add the total partial decimal numbers (16 + 14 + 9 + 14 + 11 + 4 = 68). Finally, see Table 1 for the approximately equivalents of this number “68” almost nearly to both Adenine (A): 70 and Thymine (T): 66.

2.4. The Calculation of Avogardo’s Number

Avogardo’s Number [13].

0.602214076 * 10^{−24} mol^{−}¹

At first, Please take the exact Avogardo’s Number after comma (0, 60 22 14 07 6). Secondly, convert only the first two decimal numbers to binary number base (See Table 5). Thirdly, after writing this binary numbers one by one, convert this binary numbers to decimal numbers again partially. For instance [(60:11 1100)]. Fourthly, sum the partial numbers respectively. For instance [60; (11 = 3), (1100 = 12) totally: 3 + 12 = 15); (22 = 22; (14 = 14); (07 = 7) and (06 = 6)]. Fifthly, add the total partial and normal decimal numbers (15 + 22 + 14 + 7 + 6 = 64). Finally, See Table 5 for the equivalents of this number “64” Uracil (U).

In sum, after this research method, as regards to Quantum Perspective Model, some important consequences were reached by this article.

3. Results and Discussion

3.1. Results

As for this article, at first, the representation of decimal numbers in binary base for exact atomic weight of *proton* after comma can be expressed with *Guanine *(*G*) nucleotide base. Secondly, the representation of decimal numbers in binary base for exact atomic weight of *electron* after comma can be expressed with* Uracil* (*U*)

Table 5. Representation of Avogardo’s number after comma with binary and decimal number base system.

nucleotide base. Thirdly, the representation of decimal numbers in binary base for exact atomic weight of *neutron* after comma can be expressed with both *Adenine* (*A*) *and* *Thymine* (*T*) nucleotide bases. Fourthly, the representation of Avogardo’s *Number* after comma with binary and decimal number base system can be expressed with *Uracil* (*U*) nucleotide base. Fifthly, not only the representation of *Avogardo’s* *Numbers* is *Uracil* (*U*) but also, the representation of exact atomic weight of *electron* is *Uracil* (*U*), too. Lastly, the average of Adenine (A):70 and Thymine (T):66 nucleotide bases (70 + 66/2:”68”) is also as the same exact value atomic weight of *neutron* after comma”68”. As a result, this paper reachs nucleotide bases of Adenine (A), Thymine (T) Guanine (G) and Uracil (U) exception of Cytosine (C). Can this sequence be a novel expression of some constant numbers?

3.2. Discussion

According to Quantum Perspective Model, prior to this article, the relationship between Planck’s constant numbers [7] and genetic codes were studied by T. Ölmez. The consequence of this article can be expression of Planck’s constant numbers as both Adenine (A) and Thymine (T) nucleotide bases. This twin result may be explained by Quantum Superposition. But also the link between some irrational numbers and genetic codes were researched by Tahir Ölmez, too (See Table 6).

Table 6. The summary of some irrational numbers and genetic sequences (Revised version).

4. Conclusion

This paper trys to shed lights on the relationship between the atomic weight of proton, neutron and electron and chemical formulas of nucleotide bases [Adenine (A), Thymine (T) Guanine (G), Cytosine (C) and Uracil (U)]. Not only nucleotide bases but also proteins were made up of Carbon (C), Nitrogen (N), Oxygen (O) and Hydrogen (H). Even, molecular weight of proteins was explained by Signal Processing Software [22]. At first, the atomic weight of proton “78” may be defined as *Guanine* (*G*) nucleotide base. Secondly, the atomic weight of *electron* “64” may be also defined with *Uracil* (*U*) nucleotide base. Even, thirdly, the atomic weight of *neutron* “68” may be defined with both *Adenine* (*A*) *and* *Thymine* (*T*) nucleotide bases (See Table 7). Fourthly, dual atomic result weight of neutron can be stemmed from *Quantum* *Superposition* [23] *.* Fifthly, Adenine (A) and Thymine (*T*) pairs with two (2) hydrogen bonds [24]. Sixthly, also if you add two (2) hydrogen atom to the value of neutron the atomic weight “68”, you can get (68 + 2:70) Adenine (A) “70” nucleotide base. Seventhly, also if you subtract two (2) hydrogen atom to the value of neutron the atomic weight “68”, you can get “66” Thymine (T) nucleotide base (68-2:66) Eighthly, after the calculated expression of neutron atomic weight with basic atomic particles, the total average number of proton, neutron and electron equals to Adenine (A) “70” (78 + 64 + 68/3 = 70) (See Table 1). Ninthly, Let alone the previous results, the Avogardo Number calculation can also be expressed as the Uracil (U) “64” nucleotide base as a result of the same calculated electron atomic weight. Lastly, not only some constant numbers are related to genetic codes but also the golden ratio numbers [21] and Fibonacci sequence [25] are related to genetic codes, too. In sum, can some constant numbers defined as genetic codes just like as in atomic weights of basic atomic particles (See Table 7)?

Table 7. The summary of some constant numbers and genetic codes (revised version).

Conflicts of Interest

The author declares no conflicts of interest.

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