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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION 3
Part 1.FORCE OF DECONDENSATION OF THE SUPERFICIAL LAYER OF WATER– FDSL 8
Chapter1.TEMPERATURE COMPONENT OF THE FORCE OF DECONDENSATION OF THE SUPERFICIAL LAYER OF WATER (T-FDSL) 8
1.1.Mistake in modern explanation of the mechanism of formation of surface tension, which did not make possible to discover T-FDSL 8
1.2.Mechanism of origin of T-FDSL by the example of gas 34
1.2.1.Existence of the decondensated superficial layer of gas at the contact with solid walls as a example of action of T-FDSL in gases 34
1.2.2.Explanation of the mechanism of T-FDSL generation by the example of a gas, in which a partition instantly appears 34
1.2.3.Explanation with using the notion about the probability contour of molecule free run 36
1.2.4.Explanation by the example of baby rattle-box 40
1.2.5.Explanation by the example of peoples chaotic wandering in a hall, where they are repulsed from each other and from the walls 41
1.2.6.Explanation by the example of the «blow off» in snow-drift near a wall during snow-storm 42
1.2.7.Explanation of the T-FDSL by the example of a game «in around» or in «two chains» 43
1.2.8.Essence of T-FDSL action in gas 45
1.2.9.Results of T-FDSL action in gases 45
1.3.Mechanism of T-FDSL formation in water 50
1.3.1.Distinction of liquids from gases 50
1.3.2.Peculiarities of termal kinetic motion of molecules in liquids 52
1.3.3.T-FDSL at the boundary of liquid with gas 56
1.3.4.T-FDSL at the boundary of liquid with solid substances 61
1.4.General physical properties of the superficial layer of water, generated by action of T-FDSL 65
1.4.1.Superficial layer has some properties of solid substances 65
1.4.1.1.Formation of surface tension as the force couteractiong stretching of the superficial layer lengthwise 65
1.4.1.2.Formation of the Deryagin’s disjoining pressure, as the force counteracting rupture of the superficial layer during its compression in transverse direction 66
1.4.1.3.Higher viscosity and strength for shift of the superficial layer 72
1.4.1.4.Generation of friction in liquid at the boundary with solid substance 73
1.4.2.Immediate action in natural processes of T-FDSL itself during its generation 75
1.4.3.Manifestation in natural processe of those properties of the superficial layer, which are generated due to action of T-FDSL 79
1.4.4.About experimental investigations of T-FDSL 83
1.5.T-FDSL of solid substances
Chapter2.OSMOTIC COMPONENT OF THE FORCE OF DECONDENSATION OF THE SUPERFICIAL LAYER OF WATER– O-FDSL 90
2.1.Existing now view about diffusional or non-dissolving layer of bonded water at the contact with solids 90
2.2.Existing until present time not quite clear the cause of osmosis 91
2.3.Mistake in molecular-kinetic theory of diffusion, which did not make possible to explain satisfactory the cause of osmosis 97
2.4.New explanation of diffusion as osmotic force, generated as a result of collision of a one sort of dissolved molecules 100
2.4.1.Investigation of the way of chaotic motion of a one molecule in solution of gas 102
2.4.2.Important aspect of diffusion differences in the extent of activity-passivity of diffusing molecules of a gas and of the molecules dissolved in it 107
2.4.3.Explanation of the force effect of osmotic pressure for diffusing gases 108
2.4.4.Experimental verification of diffusion phenomenon as a result of collision of a one sort of molecules of dissolved substances 111
2.4.5.New rule in the molecular-kinetic theory of diffusion 114
2.4.6.New explanation of osmosis and osmotic pressure 116
2.5.Explanation of generation of FDSL osmotic component of water
2.6.Results of action of O-FDSL of water in the nature 119
2.6.1.Generation of microporodiffusional catalytic effect (MDC-effect) 123
2.6.1.1.Essence of the MDC-effect 123
2.6.1.2.Causes of directional movement towards exits from micropores 124
2.6.1.3.Effect O-FDSL in movement of molecules to the exit from mocropores 129
2.6.1.4.Differences in behavior of solvent molecules and dissolved molecules in micropores 131
2.6.1.5.Acceleration of chemical interaction of dissolved molecules with micropore walls, as a result of increase in collision frequency of each individual molecule 132
2.6.1.6.Experimental verification of the MDC-effect 140
2.6.2.Role of the osmotic component of FDSL in the form of MDC-effect in natural phenomena 143
2.6.2.1.Maintaining of constant permeability in the rocks of the Earth”crust during metasomatic processes 143
2.6.2.2.Role of MDC-effect in osmotic phenomena 148
2.6.2.3.Generation of heterogeneous catalysis in the micropores of zeolithes and other microporous mediums 148
2.6.2.4.Initiation of cancer diseases as a result of different intensity in manifestation of MDC-effect 149
2.6.2.5.Assistance in extraction of mineral substances immediately from rocks by the roots of plants 153
Chapter3.SIMULTANEOUS AND MUTUAL ACTION OF T-FDSL AND O-FDSL OF WATER 155
3.1.Generation of the mechanism of diffusional fluid replacement in the Earth’s crust 155
3.2.Promoting of the diffusional fluid replacement mechanism to healing of wounds and cuts in plants and alive organisms 161
3.3.Regulating of plants and alive organisms growth up to definite size, which controls time of their youth and old age 162
3.4.Selective permeability of membranes in gases and liquids 166
Part2.ROLE OF FDSL IN GEOLOGICAL PROCESSES 172
Chapter 4.GEOLOGICAL EXAMPLE OF PROCESSES OF ORE-AND MAGMA FORMATION BASING ON ACTION MECHANISM OF DIFFUSION FLUID REPLACEMENT IN THE EXO- AND ENDOCONTACT ZONE OF GRANITOID INTRUSION (quarry Borok, Novosibirsk sity) 172
4.1.Geology of Borok quarry 172
4.2.Composition of rocks of magmatic granitoid pliton and their interrelations with enclosing rocks 174
4.3.Composition and texture-structure peculiarities of the rocks in exocontact zone of hornfels 181
4.4.Interrelations of aplite leucogranite veins with sulphide-quartz veinlets in the hornfels zone 194
4.5.Genesis of all kinds of veins as a result of activity of the single mechanism of diffusional fluid replacement 196
Chapter5.PROCESSES OF METAMORPHIC RECRYSTALLIZATION AND PLASTIC DEFORMATION DURING DINAMOMETAMORPHISM AND FOLDING 202
Chapter6.HYDROGEOLOGICAL PROCESSES 205
Chapter7.OIL GEOLOGY 208
Chapter8.REGULATING OF EARTHQUAKES IN THE EARTH’S CRUST AND THE METHOD OF THEIR PREVENTION 213
Chapter9.GEOCRYOLOGY 221
Chapter10.ENGINEER GEOLOGY 223
Chapter11.SEDIMENTARY PROCESSES 224
Chapter 12. DIFFERENTIATION OF THE EARTH’S CRUST AND FORMATION AS A RESULT OF ACTION OF DIFFUSIONAL FLIUD REPLACEMENT MECHANISM 226
CONCLUSION 232
REFERENCES 234






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