Hello there. I did research on some of Schrodinger work. My question is the transfer of Energy between the Atoms and Molecule. Schrodinger made an analogy with the Cat/Atom Scenario but the real particle in question is the NH2 Mole & H-Atoms with ghost energy being observed. The reason I read was in the body there is Triangle shape Molecule called the NH2. The atom was an analogy to the actual behavior of the triangular NH2 Molecule. If the electrical forces that the molecule are too repulsive or too attractive, the molecule shakes apart and sometimes flies away. Then someone used the term the Quantum Magic Glue comes to the rescue and keeps all the molecules families of atoms together. However the price is high: the family members must give up their individual selves. They must live in the Quantum Wave Function that has two or more places at the same time. The Moment any of the atoms that make the molecule become located in one spot, the molecule begins to shake and dance. It radiates away excess energy in its attempt to stabilize itself. The Little NH2 Milecule is no exception to the rule. In other words, the H-Atoms do not exist separately whenever they are part of a molecule. All we have are their remnants, their Wave Function ghosts to remind us that they are potentially present. Their actually presence comes into being only we observed and at that instant the molecule shakes. """My question is When Atoms form the NH2 molecule is the H-Atoms present? If the Atoms combines to form the NH2 Molecule, then the excess ghost energy is giving off by one H-Atom or numerous of H-Atoms? """