The traditional Schrodinger equation is written as(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Laplacian ψ+constant(E-V)ψ=0 the above equation derivation is based on the formation of hydrogen after the combination of proton and electron. E is said to be total energy and V potential. energy of hydrogen atom. On solving the value of E is found to be negative which indicates that hydrogen atom is expected to stable but on the contrary it is highly unstable. Actually E is the energy evolved when when proton and electron combine to form hydrogen atom. The above form of equation needs modification

The equation given below is based on the stages of formation of hydrogen atom by the combination of electron and proton . Suppose an electron starts from infinity towards proton to form hydrogen atom,if V is the electrostatic potential energy evolved at any stage the whole of it is not given out as electromagnetic radiation , otherwise Schrodinger equation will be meaningless E is just energy as the energy of wound up spring. E is converted to kinetic energy of electron and electromagnetic radiation

v=kineticenergy+E here E the electromagnetic energy radiated at any stage

Kinetic energy =V-E v is just energy with positive sign .if this value of kinetic energy is usedto derive schrodinger equation the equation gets the form Laplacian operatorψ +constant(V-E)ψ=O

if above equation is solved the value of E is positive .E is the electromagnetic radiation emotted at any stage . the rest of the solution of the modified equation is the same as that of traditional equation. Please tell me if i am right or where i have gone wrong.

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# Some basic derivations need improvement

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