A Non-radiating Atomic Electron Model with an Application to Molecular Structure and the Periodic Table

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Donald C. Aucamp

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Published: 30 May 2023 | Article Type : Research Article

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In this first of two papers electrons are viewed as strings which are laid out in such a way that, as a group, there is no orbital radiation even though there would be if they existed alone. The proposed model leads to a very simple explanation of the structure of the periodic table, where it is shown the seven row size increases depend on the six numbers, (1,0,1,0,1,0). It is argued that this result is too regular to be happenstance. The model is then used to explain the structure of atoms and molecules. In the upcoming second paper this theory leads to a complete explanation of the radiation process and the physical nature of the resulting photons, as well as proofs of: (a) the law of radii, (b) the atomic numbers of the noble elements, (c) the photoelectric effect, and (d) a formula for Planck’s constant which does not depend on the assumption of Einstein’s equation.

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Donald C. Aucamp. (2023-05-30). "A Non-radiating Atomic Electron Model with an Application to Molecular Structure and the Periodic Table." *Volume 5*, 1, 1-4