**Author:**

Sargoytchev, Stoyan Sarg

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Quantum Theory / Particle Physics

**Date Published:**

November 3, 2014

**Abstract:**

Quantum mechanics (QM) is successful for estimation of energy interactions, but not helpful in working with physical dimensions. Nanostructures exhibit some physical properties not predictable by QM. The advances in nanotechnology and structural chemistry require a complimentary theoretical model working with the physical dimension of length. QM also does not predict the chemical bond direction, it cannot provide a classical explanation of the spin of leptons and hadrons, why some isotopes are stable and others not, why the neutron has a magnetic moment and the electron has anomalous one, what is the size of the Rydberg state of atoms and so on. QM is also incapable to explain the nuclear transmutations at low temperature or so called LENR processes. These and other problems lead to the conclusion that QM is not a real physical but a mathematical model only. The reexamination of the scattering experiments also leads to this conclusion, since the spherical shape of the nucleus has been a priory used in the data interpretation. The physical models derived in the Basic Structure of Matter Supergravitation Unified Theory (BSM-SG) provide classical explanations of all these problems. The BSM-SG atomic models provided in the Atlas of Atomic Nuclear Structures are suitable for 3D graphical modeling and analysis of molecules and nanostructures at sub-nanometric scale. A clickable Periodic table of BSM-SG models is available on-line: www.helical-structures.org/Heliconstruct/table.html

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