For example, how can math prove that DMT from MHRB based with NaOH and extracted with Naphtha?

For example, how can math prove that DMT from MHRB based with sodium BIcarbonate CAN NOT be extracted with Naphtha?

How can I figure out if sodium carbonate and naptha can be used for DMT in MHRB?

How can I figure out if sodium carbonate and d-limonene can be used for DMT in MRHB?

How can I figure out if sodium carbonate and naphtha can be used for mescaline in San Pedro?

How can I figure out if sodium carbonate and d-limonene can be used for mescaline in San Pedro?

I understand that on this forum several people have already done a DMT/NaOH/Naptha, or a mescaline/carbonate/limonone, but I want to konw how from pure mathmatics can it be proved that DMT/NaOH/Naptha or mescaline/carbonate/limonene?

If someone can mathmatically prove these two methods, then couldn't someone mathmatically prove or disprove if DMT/carbonate/naptha work, DMT/carbonate/limonene, Mescaline/carbonate/naptha work etc.

There are some who say they have pulled DMT with sodium carbonate and naptha, but many say this isn't possible. Can't math find this out? Using PH and PKA and partition coefficients?

Some facts:

PKA of DMT freebase: 8.68

PKA of Mescaline freebase: 9.56

**Conclusion**:

If one can prove with a mathmatical forumla that NaOH can be used to base DMT to be extracted with Naptha, than one should also be able to prove or disprove the use of sodium carbonate and naptha, or sodium carbonate and d-limonene. One should also be able to prove or disprove if mescaline can be extracted with naphtha/d-limonene, by basing with sodium carbonate.