By Eugene Oks
The e-book provides the next counterintuitive theoretical effects breaking a number of paradigms of quantum mechanics and offering substitute interpretations of a few very important phenomena in atomic and molecular physics. 1) Singular ideas of the Schrödinger and Dirac equations wouldn't have been constantly rejected: they could clarify the experimental high-energy tail of the linear momentum distribution within the floor kingdom of hydrogenic atoms. software: a special option to attempt intimate information of the nuclear constitution by way of acting atomic (rather than nuclear) experiments and calculations. 2) cost trade shouldn't be an inherently quantal phenomenon, yet fairly has classical roots. program: continuum reducing in plasmas. three) the main tough challenge of classical physics that ended in the advance of quantum mechanics — the failure to give an explanation for the soundness of atoms — will be solved inside of a classical formalism that has its roots in Dirac's works. The underlying physics should be interpreted as a non-Einsteinian time dilation. four) In two-electron atoms/ions, the spin-spin interplay (singular in its nature), frequently thought of unimportant, makes an important contribution to the binding power. five) In magnetized plasmas the normal Inglis-Teller proposal, about the variety of saw strains in spectral sequence of hydrogen, breaks down. program: new plasma diagnostic. 6) Extrema in transition energies of molecules/quasimiolecules may end up in dips (rather than often thought of satellites) inside of spectral strains. program: the experimental choice of premiums of cost alternate among multicharged ions — very important for magnetic fusion in Tokamaks, for inhabitants inversion within the gentle x-ray and VUV levels, for ion garage units, and for astrophysics.
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Breaking Paradigms in Atomic and Molecular Physics by Eugene Oks