Quantum Physics


Deterministic Quantum Model of Atom

Authors: Daniele Sasso

The deterministic quantum model of atom described in the order of Deterministic Quantum Physics has proved a deterministic and non probabilistic formulation of atom model is possible. The preceding deterministic model presents nevertheless an imprecision regarding the use of spin. In fact in that model the double sign, positive and negative, for spin has been used in improper way. Because in the order of the Non-Standard Model electron spin is related to electron charge that is always by convention negative, it is manifest that electron spin has to assume always a negative value.

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