Nuclear and Atomic Physics


18 is the Determinant Number in Electron Shell Configuration.

Authors: Seamus McCelt

Electrons are actually particles but they (the strings they are made from)form a mesh-like cage around the nucleus. They are also held in place by string connections to the protons.
An electron is actually not moving... only the vibrations that are traveling around the strings are moving... and that's what everyone mistakenly thinks an electron is.
Check the larger noble gases: Argon 18, Krypton 36, Xenon 54, Radon 86, the amount of electrons in outermost shells will always sum to 18, the first three even have atomic numbers that are multiples of eighteen.

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[v1] 2015-11-14 21:35:14
[v2] 2015-11-15 17:53:15

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