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Atoms: Coupling Deuterons
“Atoms”; this is a big topic; with much information.
Let's start with the image "the Atomic Nucleus".
The core is a Deuteron; which we discussed before.
Creating atoms very unlike physics described.
In Tetryonics Atoms are not little planetary systems.
Instead, the core is a Deuterium nucleus.
The illustration shows how the Nuclei can be grouped.
Every Z-number is a Deuterium core; a Quantum Synchronous Converter.
This determines the Molar mass per atomic element.
With corresponding Schrödinger Number, for each element.
41.01 shows how charges if Planck Units create charged topologies.
Up-Down-Up and Down-Up-Down therein matches up.
We can see the quark arrangements in the Baryons.
That is something standard physics does not regard.
Tetryonics has very defined shapes for Matter.
With protons and neutrons binding, via surface charges.
The Neutron is the mirror image of a proton: same topology; with different charge distribution.
The charges of the fascia (the strong force) determines how binding can take place.
that is how Protons and Neutrons can bind; forming the holders for electrons.
Atomic Z-numbers represent a proton + neutron + electron unit.
Each can have 8 quantum levels.
that determines that 120 atomic elements exist.
41.02 shows the Top View arrangement.
And the proximity bonding via opposite charges: Residual Forces".
This is enough to hols quarks together.
Compare it to gluons forming arrangements of Tetryons.
In Residual Forces, not surfaces but part of edges, or tips are in contact.
Please build the paper models, to see and understand the details.
They help see how Orbitals do not explain how atoms are formed.
A full revision is needed, integrating electromagnetism and physics.
Chemistry, is the interplay of charged Matter.
41.03 shows the details of this: electro chemistry of atoms.
Electrons are free to spin; but not as connected as in deuterons.
Conductors and insulators are based on electron bonding in the deuterium nucleus.
This determines how energy is released via spectral lines and/or radiation.
In conductors electrons can break free; in insulator they cannot.
Adding enough energy will still move the electrons, creating ions; with +12 quantum charges.
The mass energy will be maintained in the Matter topology.
Their interplay will determine the creation of compounds: periodic elements.
Baryons are all structurally same, but having different charge distributions (43.02).
Chemistry and electricity are not separated.
Voltage energy levels can be calculated for all levels.
Energy per Matter surface is distinct from the Energy flow over that surface.
That is what Bohr tried to explain, as the Schrödinger numbers also 'show'.
Energy levels are now 'accounted' for as proton and neutron number changes.
In fact, in Tetryonics, Atoms always have the same structural core unit.
But the energy that is contained with/in it, is 'a separate level'>
Leading to the same findings of physics, now in a coherent manner.
43.02 is a full revision of the Mendeleyev Periodic Table.
It incorporates all elements, with all corresponding values.
Mathematics could not show the geometric topological structural organisation.
Now, it is possible to show the Atomic Elements; based on energy changes of Deuterium units.
Atom Aufbau is shown at the bottom; with a clear symmetry.
43.03 shows the atom element Z-numbers; for the Matter Topology.
In red, S -orbital, orange p orbitals, green d-orbitals, and purple f-orbitals.
Fromm then on there is a recursion: back to D, p and s.
It is like a child's spinning top.
The atoms spin with classical vector rotation (not quantum angular momentum)
s, p, d, f - spinning - is then seen as the 'tracks' of rotating atoms.
The energy levels can be related to orbitals; and colour coded.
The Element Numbers shows all the information on atoms.
But also how the deuterium can form only 120 atoms.
43.04 shows the same, now not by number but by atom name.
Again, all colour coded to shows the energy/information level.
This represents the Schrödinger number (which otherwise can be confusing)
43.07 re-represents it in the Mendeleyev table, by 2D Polar View.
The first element us Deuterium. (Hydrogen is a free radical).
At a glance the elements can be compared, size wise.
The Mendeleyev table supposedly addresses the energy levels.
In Tetryonics the symmetry leads to a fixed number of atoms.
The finding is the 'same' as the Mendeleyev table, with better insight.
44.01 shows how to correct the spherical model to the Tetryonic model.
The work of Bohr and Schrödinger is fully incorporated.
The atomic shells and Schrödinger numbers are directly related.
The colours represent the N1-N8 energy levels.
At the bottom the s, p, d and f orbits are shown; 'spinning top model'.
This is why larger atoms are less stable: the energy levels are much higher.
That means that the electrons can break away; as the measurements showed.
The one picture relates shells, Schrödinger numbers, quantum numbers and energy levels.
For EVERY element, the electron energy level and position is accounted for.
The Schrödinger numbers can be mapped at a glance; no need for mathematics.
The number of electrons = nuclei and spin per energy level can be seen.
The Tetryonic model unifies the Bohr & Schrödinger models>
44.02 focuses on the energy levels; cf. the photon geometry.
The number of electrons is 2x the squared number, for each next layer.
With a total possible 120 atomic elements.
44.03 maps all the information for every element.
the s, p, d, and f, and the orbitals are shown in connection.
Compare the side view and the top view model.
At the bottom it is shown as an 'exploded view' diagram.
It is a 'shelved' side view of the deuterium nuclei in the 'spinning top'.
It provides and alternative to a Mendeleyev table.
And represents the dense energy configuration of the quantum batteries.
It is the solid 3D physical basis of reality as we 'know' it.
This is the basis of the 3D reality that we interact with.
44.04 shows the shells and orbitals for the spinning top model.
Azimuthal electron positions can be explicitly shown (at the right).
With up or down electrons in the orbitals.
f has 7 levels and can hold 14 electrons.
The orbitals per shell are also related, and shown.
Again at the bottom the colour coded electron positions and energy levels can be shown.
The s, p, d, f ranges of the deuterium stack are shown.
44.05 add the information of the magnetic quantum number.
In atomic physics this was a mathematical construct.
In Tetryonics it is a physical structure.
The spinning electron in the deuterium nucleus can be visualised.
There are 2 electron positions per track, accounting for ALL measured quantum numbers.
The shells and orbitals can now bee seen, in the pattern they form.
The dots for the electrons can be replaced by the atomic element symbol.
The details of element arrangement can be shown/seen.
Bottom Left shows the Tetryonic representation.
44.06 shows the spin arrangement of the electrons
Spin up and spin down must be discerned.
If all the orbitals were flattened, the image bottom-right is seen.
That could be compared to the mini solar system, of the classical model.
The electrons with their magnetic couple can be shown, pair wise.
The naming of up/down spin is complex.
The geometry is needed to understand what happens.
Hund's rule shows the distance from the centre in consecutive energy levels.
45.03 is a polar model, colour coded, for the energy levels.
The Azimuthal quantum numbers are made explicit here.
They are based on the topology of the Deuteron organisation.
With the strict spinning top symmetry, which underlies it.
45.04 shows the suborbital levels; with the magnetic quantum number.
With 120 Deuterium nuclei (neutron + proton + electron sets).
Up and down quarks are shown as the red and black dot.
That means that the quark information is included in the atom model.
Everything is now included and explicit.
(This took years of work to compile).
Schrödinger’s 4th quantum number is Spin:
45.05 shows how it is related to increasing baryon energy in atoms.
Pint will be up, or down.
Referring to the spin direction of the nuclear magneton.
Each atomic shell has 3 electrons per orbit.
Magnetic properties can affect that; determining magnetic properties of materials.
46.02 addresses the k-shell, quantum level 1: deuterium and Helium>
It shows the quarks, baryons, electrons and their s Orbitals (and sub-orbitals).
The energy levels are ground state, N1 deuterium nuclei; the Red KEM field.
With its own ionisation energy .
46.03 (level 2) with s orbitals and p orbitals; energy level N2.
Ionisation energy is less, because the electron energy level is higher.
Breaking free thus requires less ionisation energy (cf. Spectral Lines).
The elements of the atoms are listed top left.
46.04 shows the same for the N3 level.
46.05 for level 4, 46.06 for the N5 level.
The instability is explained in the recording.
N6 is shown in 46.07; only 5 eV is needed to break electrons free.
They are sources for electron shedding from the deuterons.
46.08 shows N7, and 46.08 show levels N7 resp. N8.
Beyond N8 the electrons break free; there are no more than 120 atomic elements.
The Tetryonic model can correct the previous model.
48.05 shows what Pauli and Hund tried to describe.
With the Tetryonic understanding of topology, every element can be numbered.
Spin down and Spin up can be seen in how they relate to each other.
Tetryonics shows that there is a strict symmetry;
It is shown in the 20 seconds film clip on atom formation.
There are no excess neutrons; always a deuteron = proton + neutron + electron.
49.01 returns to the polar view image, now as side view.
there are physical side elevation mappings.
Mendeleyev cannot show the topologies to scale; nor the spinning top symmetry.
This table too is unique to Tetryonics.
49.09 shows the energy levels of the spectral lines; and their quantum differentials.
Up/Down electron spin affects the energy levels of the spectral lines.
It is noticed as a shift in the absorption and emission spectra.
It results from the changes in energy levels (as per standard electrical engineering).
SPDF orbitals and Schrödinger Energy Levels are slightly shifted.
The spin up (north-south aligned) and Spin Down (south north opposing North-south)
When aligned, the magnets repulse adding energy, slightly.
When opposed the energy will 'pull back in'.
Again, Tetryonics makes it easy to understand what physics describes.
The various spin up-down can be influenced by external fields.
Normally, these would be in balance.
External fields can flip the spin orientation.
Thereby affecting magnetisation, and energy levels.
50.12 combines all the previous findings.
All properties of all moments are shown.
Quarks, electromagnetism, chemistry and physical topologies.
All electron orbitals can be mapped, and grouped.
This makes it possible to visualise all atomic details.
No need for pages of calculations of Schrödinger numbers.
All is based, directly, on QM and QED.
And founded on the Planck Quantum.
Periodic Elements shows all elements in equilateral arrangement.
Showing the energy levels, in the triangle representation of a field.
In this case the Polar View is shown.
All elements seek equilibrium between them, to balance out charges.
All molecules result from thus; as the chemistry book describes.
With energy levels and electron configurations matching up.
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These illustrations are but summaries of much deeper insight.
they all stem from playing with the Tetryon templates.
These models emerged from using Tetryonics to the creation of molecules in chemistry.
What was discussed here, was the result of improving Tetryonics, from the understanding of chemistry.
Always the energies and electromagnetism are directly connected in/as physics.
It is not a teaching aid; but integration of all known previous physics.
It takes some time to retrain the mind in order to use it.
Best start from the start, as pre-school children: play with the templates.
ALL STEMS FROM THE EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE
This unseen geometry puts everything in place.
We can now pave the way to quantum biology; and consciousness.
Tetryonics is a tool, proven to be reliable in its use.