Chemistry

   

Standing Waves

Authors: John Atwell Moody

Contents

Part I
O(j) is not fully equivariant if j is odd
Representations of SO3
Eigenfunctions of the Laplacian
Attempts to explain the periodic table
Attempts to explain atomic spectra

Part II
Three corrections to the fine structure
A discussion of perturbation theory
Half-integer values of l – first explanation
Generalities about the Hamiltonian formulation
Schroedinger’s function W
Half-integer values of l – other explanations
The atom
Schroedinger’s choice of solutions
Residues
The canonical divisor and j quantum number
Intuitive description of polarization
Relation between smooth and holomorphic Laplacian operators
A coincidence about the periodic table
Linear systems of wave forms
Hodge theory
The Levi-Civita action is not Lagrangian for its Riemann metric
Foundations
Unification of the various coupling schemes
Discussion of the problem of non-convergent integrals
The ethics of science
First concepts of the Lamb shift
A question about Pauli exclusion
The notion of probability
Concluding remark
False fine structure
Electron spin and Pauli exclusion
It was not the right conclusion

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