The Chemistry and Physics of Mono-atomic elements, describes the characteristics of those elements which have come to be known as the "Precious Metals". These eight(8) metals include: ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, and silver (known as the "light platinum group"), osmium, iridium, platinum, and gold (known as the "heavy platinum group").  These eight(8) Transition Group elements, can in a mono-atomic, super-deformed, high spin, and low energy state, lose their chemical reactivity and metallic nature thereby resulting in a state of "Superconductivity" a resonant condition complete with Meissner magnetic field(s), Cooper Pairs and electrons which have literally changed into light (i.e. photons). These precious metals have the unique ability to remain stable in the mono-atomic form, which can then lead to effects ranging from Levitation zero point energy applications to fundamental biological and /or human physiological effects. Of particular importance is the fact that all of these precious metals have a strong affinity for and are almost always found in their natural state in combination with gold. Gold in turn, has a history of being the most precious of all commodities, a spiritual tradition which has survived countless generations.