Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
March 15, 2013
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The Hydrogen atom with its naturally fixed orbits has served as a testing platform for many atomic models but a flawless theory offering exact solutions is still lacking. Most quantum mechanical theories seem to employ momentum in their equations while in fact Planck’s constant is not exactly compatible with momentum since it is an energy constant. Another problem is that Einstein’s relativity theory falls short dealing with velocities created by loss of rest mass energy such as experienced by electrons falling into atomic orbits. By modifying the energy velocity equation to include velocities generated by loss of rest mass energy will put the orbits in their right places to a precision limited only by the accuracy of the physical constants.
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