Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
November 11, 2014
ether friendly physics, atom, molecule, electron, force of Fatio, ether, orbit’s radius, dyad, triad, ether’s resistance, photon
The fine structure constant may be represented as sinus of the angle between the force of Fatio acting on electron of the molecule of hydrogen, which force pushes such electron to the molecule’s nucleus, and the radius of the electronic orbit drawn up to the point of application of the force of Fatio. Orbits’ radii of atomic (molecular) satellites with the same screening areas ratio, which areas are those directed to the force of Fatio and to the orbital motion resistance depend only on the atom or molecule nucleus screening area. The orbital radius dimension depends on the relation between the satellite’s screening areas, one directed to the force of Fatio and the other to the satellite orbital motion resistance direction. Atomic and molecular satellites of equal dimensions create pairs with orbits of approximating radii, on which they are rotating in opposite directions, which assures photons’ creation and the atom’s or molecule’s stability. These orbits have little different dimensions due to the rotation of the nucleus.