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The equilibrium of energy levels in phosphorous linkages

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The method of linkages of phosphorous in chemical and biological systems is vital to the equilibrium in these systems. How the phosphorus bonding attains a certain energy level and what this energy level is helps to explain how an equilibrium state is achieved. Once achieved however such a state must be maintained and energy retained within the system.This relates to the molecular structure of phosphorus combinations.These factors can enable a basic theory of equilibrium to be developed.

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