Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

Hydrogen Atom Exotic State. Part One

Authors: Arayik Emilevich Danghyan

In the scientific community dominates the conviction that the hydrogen atom is the simplest, and existing theories based on equations of Schrodinger and Dirac fully describe all the subtleties of behavior of an electron in a hydrogen atom. In this paper and in the following articles will be shown that in addition to the known state-based solutions of the Schrödinger and Dirac equations, there are states which were not studied and they were not known, or often simply were discarded with the phrase "have no physical meaning." Further it will be shown that the existing equations of quantum mechanics, namely the Dirac equation, Klein-Gordon equation and especially the Schrödinger equation, can not accurately describe all the subtleties of behavior of an electron in a hydrogen atom. As a result there will be given a reasonable basis for the feasibility of an experimental search or targeted synthesis of new unknown states of the hydrogen atom.

Comments: 14 Pages. The article is a translation from the Russian language previously published work.

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[v1] 2016-09-07 05:13:22

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