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QM and the Ether: The Derivation of Planck’s Constant



QM and the Ether: The Derivation of Planck’s Constant

When you are inter­ested in physics you must read “Unbe­liev­able”!

Quan­tum Mechan­ics offer sci­ence solu­tions for the dis­crete energy lev­els of elec­trons cir­cling around the nucleus in atoms. The math­e­mat­i­cal solu­tions of QM do not pro­vide a phys­i­cal expla­na­tion why the allowed quan­tum energy lev­els of atoms are fixed. In this arti­cle we show how the QM-​solutions can be explained: QM– and clas­si­cal physics merge.

Con­tinue read­ing in these subchapters

  1. Intro­duc­tion to QM and the ether
  2. The Mechan­i­cal Free Rotator
  3. The EM-​rotator
  4. The Energy Level of the Hydro­gen EM-​free Rota­tor Atom
  5. The Quan­ti­sa­tion of Distance
  6. The Planck-​radius
  7. The Ori­en­ta­tion of Point-​Volumes Sur­round­ing a Charge
  8. The Quan­tum Dis­tance and the Sec­ond Quan­tum Dimen­sion (Compton-​radius)
  9. The Trans­for­ma­tion to the Third Quan­tum Dimen­sion (Bohr-​distance)
  10. The 12 Ion­iza­tion Lev­els of the Atom
  11. Planck’s con­stant
  12. The Devi­a­tion Between the The­o­ret­i­cal and Empir­i­cal Value of Planck’s con­stant (h)
  13. The Quan­ti­sa­tion of Physics by Means of the Quan­tum Distance
  14. Dis­cus­sion on QM and the ether
  15. Bib­li­og­ra­phy

When you are interested in physics you must read “Unbelievable“!

Quantum Mechanics offer science solutions for the discrete energy levels of electrons circling around the nucleus in atoms. The mathematical solutions of QM do not provide a physical explanation why the allowed quantum energy levels of atoms are fixed. In this article we show how the QM-solutions can be explained: QM- and classical physics merge.

Continue reading in these subchapters

  1. Introduction to QM and the ether
  2. The Mechanical Free Rotator
  3. The EM-rotator
  4. The Energy Level of the Hydrogen EM-free Rotator Atom
  5. The Quantisation of Distance
  6. The Planck-radius
  7. The Orientation of Point-Volumes Surrounding a Charge
  8. The Quantum Distance and the Second Quantum Dimension (Compton-radius)
  9. The Transformation to the Third Quantum Dimension (Bohr-distance)
  10. The 12 Ionization Levels of the Atom
  11. Planck’s constant
  12. The Deviation Between the Theoretical and Empirical Value of Planck’s constant (h)
  13. The Quantisation of Physics by Means of the Quantum Distance
  14. Discussion on QM and the ether
  15. Bibliography
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