Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

Particle Consistency of Microscopic and Macroscopic Motion

Authors: Yongfeng Yang

The scenario of particle has been greatly written in the past, but its incompleteness is so serious that the connection of microscopic and macroscopic world is broken. The 19th century's experiment by both Perrin and Thomson is unable to prove whether the cathode rays are negatively charged or not. Here we propose, the particles of an atom are organized in a series of hierarchical two-body systems to orbit, wave-like movement demonstrated in double-slit experiment is nothing but an aggregation of the movement of many fine particles. Along with previous work, it is hopeful to see that hierarchical two-body gravitation may unify different level structures and their motion together.

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Submission history

[v1] 7 Sep 2011
[v2] 16 Sep 2011
[v3] 12 Oct 2011

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