hi guys i'm new to the forum i hope we can get along. So I of pure chemistry, I'm not a great expert, I only have a high school education, I am more inclined to the physical part. So after this short presentation, I will tell you my question. So I would like to know if it is possible to block a chemical reaction through an external magnetic or electric field? Let me explain better, I am aware that all chemical bonds (covalent, ionic and metallic) are of an electrostatic nature, and that there are compounds that are called "prisoners" that trap a molecule. I am also aware of the penning trap in which a charged atom can be harnessed by fields. And also that in "spin chemistry", there are radicals that can be affected by an external magnetic field. So after all these ideas, I think it is possible to block many molecules and not allow them to create new chemical reactions. What do you think?