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Regarding suborbitalsL0_{I}→L0_{VII}corresponding to Periods 1 - 7

There are a total of 14 electron positions within Azimuthal Quantum Energy State 0 in Periods 1 through 7

Additionally, given that Azimuthal Quantum State 0 represents a0°orbital plane angle along anx-zaxis,

and a limit of 1 electron pair perL0 suborbital;

This would then require 7 discrete coaxial suborbital paths forL0 without violating the Pauli exclusion principle.

Figure 1 illustrates 7 coaxialL0 suborbital paths and 14 electron standing wave positions,

numberedL0_{I}→L0_{VII}, with 4 electron pairs aligned along thezaxis and 3 electron pairs aligned along thexaxis.

Question 1 : Are thex-zaxis suborbital paths shown in Figure 1 in agreement with the current standard model?

Question 2 : Are the electron standing wave positions shown in Figure 1 in agreement with the current standard model?

(assuming the answer to Question 1 is Yes).

Thanks in advance

~ E:S

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# L=0 Suborbital Configuration

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