Nuclear and Atomic Physics


Atomic Energies from Hydrogen to Krypton

Authors: Daniele Sasso

In the order of the Deterministic Quantum Model we calculate energies of electrons inside atoms of chemical elements from hydrogen to krypton. Calculation proves argon Ar (Z=18) has in the third level n=3 a configuration (6+2), composed of 6 electrons in the first sub-level s and of 2 electrons in the second sub-level p. This configuration is characterized by high stability and chemical inertia proven by the fact that argon belongs to the group of inert elements. The specific behaviour of argon biases and allows to explain the behaviour of subsequent chemical elements.

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