Community hypotheses about semantics of unnatural radio signals received from Cygnus constellation

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Molecule Identifiers

Author: josiah_wi
Submitted: UTC 14 Jun 2020 20:54

Messages 5-7 appear to be establishing symbols to stand in place of common molecular formulas. Each row consists of a number glyph with the bit in the upper left corner set, followed by a molecular structure. We shall interpret these glyphs as an identifier (written as mn where n is the number the glyph represents). The following list is ordered by the m-identifiers. Each row has an m-identifier followed by a molecular formula and the compound's name.

  • m9 = C3H5O2 (2-carboxyethyl)
  • m16 = CH4 (methane)
  • m17 = NH3 (ammonia)
  • m18 = H2O (water)
  • m20 = C2H6N (1-aminoethyl)
  • m28 = N2 (triple bond)
  • m29 = CH2-CH3 (ethyl)
  • m30 = CH2-NH2 (1-amine-)
  • m31 = CH2-OH (hydroxymethyl)
  • m32 = O2 (double bond)
  • m44 = C2H5O (1-hydroxyethyl)
  • m45 = C2H5O (2-hydroxyethyl)
  • m46 = SiO2 (silicon dioxide)
  • m48 = O3 (ozone)
  • m56 = C2H2NO (glycyl radical residue)
  • m58 = C2H4NO (2-amino-2-oxoethyl)
  • m59 = C2H3O2 (carboxymethyl)
  • m72 = C3H6NO (3-amino-3-oxopropyl)
  • m82 = Al2O3 (aluminium oxide)
  • m84 = C4H9 (isobutyl)
  • m85 = NNaO3 (sodium nitrate)
  • m86 = C3H8N3 (unknown)
  • m87 = C4H7O2 (butanoic acid)
  • m95 = MgCl2 (magnesium dichloride)
  • m100 = C4H10N3 (3-carbamimidamidopropyl)
  • m104 = Fe2O3 (ferric oxide)
  • m118 = C7H7 (benzyl group)
  • m134 = C7H7O (4-hydroxybenzyl)
  • m328 = FeO (ferrous oxide)

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