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Daun Mengkudu On Friday, February 25, 2011

Al-Hadid is the Arabic word meaning "iron. " In scientific terms it is called the iron. In the periodic table of chemical elements, iron is represented by the symbol Fe. There are several isotopes of iron, namely:
57Fe (most stable)

Isotope may be defined as the atoms of the same element but with different atomic weight for the different number of neutrons. Isotope 57Fe is the most stable isotope of iron once. Incidentally, the position of Surah Al-Hadid Al-Quran in located in a position to chapter 57. Also note the position of the isotope Fe57, he ranked fourth in the most central position in the list. you can divide 114 by 2 (114 / 2), the answer is 57. In the Quran, there are 114 verses. To find the most central chapter in the list, we must divide by 2. Thus we get the answer 57. Please check the list of verses in the Qur'an, the Sura of the 57. Certainly Al-Hadid (Iron) that you will receive. It is compatible with the position of the isotope Fe57 in the middle position in the list. Is this a coincidence or has the authority since 1400 has been designed it over the last year? Let us unravel the secret question and in this chapter. If we study the subject of chemicals, basic things you need to know is about the atom. Atom is the smallest particle of a substance or element. Atom consists of a nucleus that contains protons and neutrons in the nucleus at its center and surrounded by an electron moving in its orbit. Positively charged protons, neutrons are not charged or neutral and negatively charged electrons. Of elemental iron, there are 26 number of protons. To stabilize the 57Fe, it requires three the number of electrons (the number of electrons = number of protons). Ionic formula for 57Fe is Fe3 +. Thus, 57Fe must join with other elements to stabilize itself. For example, merged with elements of chloride (cl-). As a result of iron (III) chloride (FeCl3). Incidentally for the first time that the 2, Surah Al-Hadid has 29 verses that show the number of electrons that had to be stable. (26 +3). Consider the following verses

(Surah Al-Hadid verse 25) لقد أرسلنا رسلنا بالبينات وأنزلنا معهم الكتاب والميزان ليقوم الناس بالقسط وأنزلنا الحديد فيه بأس شديد ومنافع للناس وليعلم الله من ينصره ورسله بالغيب إن الله قوي عزيز) 25 ( (25) 
"Indeed, We sent our messengers with clear proofs, and manifest, and we have sent down with them the Book and the Balance, that men can do justice and we have reduced the strength of steel to it contains a reliable and various other benefits for mankind. (Iron, in which so, so that people using the benefits in their daily lives) and so was the knowledge of God on those who (mighty war for) the vertical and defend the religion of Allah and His messengers to help, but consideration does not look good (to him), surely Allah is Strong, Mighty. "

I pointed out above verse is a quotation from the Koran. This verse states on the strength in the steel. If I asked the readers, the most powerful explosions in the world? Certainly many will answer the atomic explosion. Terrible explosion ever witnessed in Nagasaki and Hiroshima. But the readers know the elements that cause explosion? Certainly some will say that nuclear reactions. Have readers heard about the breakdown of uranium? The decomposition of uranium is used to generate electricity in some countries. It involves a reaction called nuclear fusion. Do you know whether the uranium? Uranium is the element that represents a symbol of U in the periodic table of chemical. It is also a kind of iron. Is this a coincidence too? Note also the word 'anzalna' in the sentence above. It means we are down. This verse explains that the iron from the top down, from heaven. According to the opinion of the majority of scientists, iron may occur because the temperature is too hot. It is only produced in stars with temperatures hot enough that a giant star. Its size is tens of times greater and the heat of the sun. If the exploding star known as a supernova explosion, the resulting metal will cool down in space and form a meteorite. Thus, iron that is on earth came from the sky sky through metiorite. Similarly, there is some secret in Surah Al-Hadid, which is the 57th sura of the 144 verses in the Quran.

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