Nuclear and Atomic Physics


The Golden Ratio in Atomic Theory

Authors: Raji Heyrovska

It is now exactly fifteen years since the author sent a short article on the topic of the title to Nature, but it was not accepted. Two years later, a full paper was accepted in Molecular Physics, 103 (2005) 877, in the Special Issue in honor of Nicholas Handy and the author has published many papers over the years. The Golden ratio is an amazing number that is found to govern many natural spontaneous creations of Universe. The article to Nature, reproduced here, shows for the first time that it arises right in the core of the atom.

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