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DaTario

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Assuming the electron is orbiting (semiclassical approach) the nucleus at the second allowed distance from it (2s, for example in H). When the electron decays (classical electrodynamics) it probably will do it in a kind of spiral trajectory. This trajectory implies acceleration and so, a radiation will be sent due to this decay. How does it relates to the concept of photon ?

Note: when the electron find the first (fundamental) orbiting radius we (ad hoc) stop it from falling down.

Best Regards

DaTario

P.S. I guess that from this classical problem one could find out the coherence lenght of this radiation train, the spectrum of it and may be something more, so that comparison with experimental results seems to be possible.

references will be appreciated

Note: when the electron find the first (fundamental) orbiting radius we (ad hoc) stop it from falling down.

Best Regards

DaTario

P.S. I guess that from this classical problem one could find out the coherence lenght of this radiation train, the spectrum of it and may be something more, so that comparison with experimental results seems to be possible.

references will be appreciated

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