Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

Hydrogen Atom Exotic State. Part Two

Authors: Arayik Emilevich Danghyan

In the study of the hydrogen atom, in order to reveal all the details of the behavior of an electron, one of the main conditions is the use of the correct, appropriate equations. Until recently, this applied Schrödinger equation, Klein-Gordon and Dirac. Schrödinger equation will not analyze because it is not relativistic, and therefore can not qualify for a full and accurate description of the range of high energies and velocities. It will be shown as the Klein-Gordon equation is also unacceptable, because the assumption is deeply disguised errors in the derivation of this equation. Since, in connection with the intended purpose, we will analyze the behavior of an electron in the states with energy below the ground state, it will be shown that the same should be treated with some suspicion in this regard to the results of the Dirac equation. As a result, the only acceptable equation is the equation М2 [1].

Comments: 13 Pages. The article is a translation from the Russian language previously published work.

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[v1] 2016-09-07 05:22:00

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