Monday, May 29, 2017

  The rule of Van den Broeck, a lover of nuclear physics, turned out to be more general than Mendeleyev's periodicity and calculations of quantum mechanics. The table should be filled with all cells according to the law or the rules, and if somebody does not fill in, there should be an explanation of this by this law or rule. Therefore, the cells of the physical table were filled in both at and unknown items with numbers 72-75 and 108-111 appeared. Which required explanation. When examining the results of measuring the charges of nuclei or atomic numbers by James Chadwick, I noticed that the charge of the core of platinum is rather not 78, but tends to 82, which corresponds to the developed table. For nearly 30 years I have raised the question of the repetition of measurements of the charges of atomic nuclei. Uranium is probably more charged than accepted, and it is used at nuclear power plants.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

   Of course, the table of the elements has not changed much, but maybe it is important to know the true charge of the atomic nuclei of uranium and plutonium used in nuclear power plants. Quantum mechanics does not describe the item numbers 72-75 and 108-111, which are derived from our table.
  In quantum mechanics, the default for each subsequent element nuclear charge increases in the center unit, and the filling is spdf-electron configurations. We have a nuclear charge is on the surface, because the number of protons and number of neutrons in the nucleus such that on the surface of the kernel should be protons and neutrons, and neutrons inside only, that is, on the surface of the nucleus formed some shell. In addition, protons must build, as well as their e-coat attracts. The question can be considered in the calculation of the core point and for how long?
    Our philosophy is that you can not describe the nature of the mathematical one hundred percent confirmed. But the aims, of course, to such a description is necessary.

At present, it is impossible, as a general case, to derive by means of quantum-mechanical calculations the crystalline structure of metal in relation to electronic structure of the atom. However, Hanzhorn and Dellinger indicated a possible relation between the presence of a cubical volume-centered lattice in subgroups of titanium, vanadium, chrome and availability in these metals of valent d-orbitals. It is easy to notice that the four hybrid orbitals are directed along the four physical diagonals of the cube and are well adjusted to binding each atom to its eight neighbours in the cubical volume-centered lattice, the remaining orbitals being directed towards the edge centers of the element cell and, possibly, participating in binding the atom to its six second neighbours