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Atomic model's

  1. Nov 9, 2003 #1
    Please, take a look on my atomic-model based on that
    a universe in wich every point can be counted as an origo, must be a net.

    My atomic model

    You can also read the rest of my theory on my theory page

    This explains the math around the atom, right?

    Through this pictures, we obtain that neither the classical or the modern atomic model is correct. Do you agree?
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  3. Nov 9, 2003 #2

    russ_watters

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    The modern model of the atom works quite well.
     
  4. Nov 9, 2003 #3

    FZ+

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    Er... Bohr isn't exactly the modern model of the atom...
     
  5. Nov 10, 2003 #4
    Re: Re: Atomic model's

    if boblock was right,
    aa
    bb
    would lead to
    a bb a
    since b attracts b and a repells a were b is sink and a is source.
    Let's say this is a primitive sort of helium atom.
    If two b are on a certain distance from eachother, it is discovered that they move from eachother:
    <-- b b -->
    This is due of advanced net physic, and it's not my case to crack.
     
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  6. Nov 10, 2003 #5
    No, but... the only difference is the presumed orbit. Mathematically there are no greater differences.
     
  7. Nov 10, 2003 #6

    russ_watters

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    I didn't mean to imply it was. Just take my statement as-is.
     
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