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Visión general de los estados de resonancia fundamentales del átomo de hidrógeno (Reedición ampliada PI)


Michaud, André


Research Papers


Quantum Theory / Particle Physics



Date Published:

January 14, 2022




Función de onda; estado de resonancia del electrón; partículas electromagnéticas elementales; electromagnetismo; átomo de hidrogeno


En los años 1920, la observación por Louis de Broglie que la secuencia de números enteros asociada con las configuraciones de interferencia producidas por los cuantos diversos de energía electromagnética emitidos por el átomo de hidrógeno es idéntica a las muy bien conocidas de los procesos clásicos de resonancia, le hicieron concluir que los electrones son cautivos de estados de resonancia en los átomos. Esto condujo a Schrödinger a proponer una función de onda para representar estos estados de resonancia, que siempre no han sido reconciliados con las propiedades electromagnéticas de los electrones. Este artículo es destinado a identificar y discutir las propiedades armónicas electromagnéticas de oscilación que los electrones deben poseer como resonadores para explicar el volumen de resonancia descrito por la función de onda, así como las interacciones electromagnéticas entre las partículas elementales cargadas que constituyen las estructuras atómicas que podrían explicar la estabilidad de los orbitales electrónicos y nucleónicos. Un beneficio inesperado de la geometría espacial más extendida requerida para establecer estas propiedades e interacciones es que la simetría fundamental requerida es respetada por estructura para todos los aspectos de la distribución de la energía dentro de los cuantos electromagnéticos al nivel subatómico.


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