Quantum Physics


The Stability of Electron Orbital Shells based on a Model of the Riemann-Zeta Function

Authors: Michael Harney

It is shown that the atomic number Z is prime at the beginning of the each s1, p1, d1, and f1 energy levels of electrons, with some fluctuation in the actinide and lanthanide series. The periodic prime number boundary of s1, p1, d1, and f1 is postulated to occur because of stability of Schrodinger's wave equation due to a fundamental relationship with the Riemann-Zeta function.

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[v1] 2 Jan 2011

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