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In this thread I offer to prolong discussion of polytronic model and to get acquainted with the construction of helium atom. In topic ‘Polytron I’ the construction of hydrogen atom was circumscribed, but, unfortunately, I had no time to show all links between physical constants.

I shall remind, that according to polytronic model, emitters of electromagnetic energy in atoms are the vibrant energy rings - polytrons, i.e. multi-frequency emitters. Energy in rings circulates with speed of light, therefore frequency of vibration and energy of polytrons can accept only discrete values. The number of discrete frequencies of polytron or series is characterized by its frequency order, which, in existing concepts, can be represented as a number of main quantum numbers.

The second quantum parameter of polytrons is amplitude order, which presents itself relative amplitude of fluctuation in rings.

In fig.1 are shown model of hydrogen atom at the frequency order m=4 and two models of molecules at the frequency order m=6. The atom of hydrogen consists of two axial polytrons and two radial polytrons. By red and blue colour are shown radial and axial polytrons accordingly. The segments of rings are named quantrons. The grey arrows point a direction of energy (ergoline) in rings. Green arrows - direction of a helicity of energy.

http://www.sinor.ru/~polytron/ath_2m.gif [Broken]

In the attached file you can read about intercoupling of fine structure constant and Planck’s constant.

http://www.sinor.ru/~polytron/NATURE_of_TWO_PHYSICAL_CONSTANTS.doc [Broken]

I shall remind, that according to polytronic model, emitters of electromagnetic energy in atoms are the vibrant energy rings - polytrons, i.e. multi-frequency emitters. Energy in rings circulates with speed of light, therefore frequency of vibration and energy of polytrons can accept only discrete values. The number of discrete frequencies of polytron or series is characterized by its frequency order, which, in existing concepts, can be represented as a number of main quantum numbers.

The second quantum parameter of polytrons is amplitude order, which presents itself relative amplitude of fluctuation in rings.

In fig.1 are shown model of hydrogen atom at the frequency order m=4 and two models of molecules at the frequency order m=6. The atom of hydrogen consists of two axial polytrons and two radial polytrons. By red and blue colour are shown radial and axial polytrons accordingly. The segments of rings are named quantrons. The grey arrows point a direction of energy (ergoline) in rings. Green arrows - direction of a helicity of energy.

http://www.sinor.ru/~polytron/ath_2m.gif [Broken]

In the attached file you can read about intercoupling of fine structure constant and Planck’s constant.

http://www.sinor.ru/~polytron/NATURE_of_TWO_PHYSICAL_CONSTANTS.doc [Broken]

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