OJPC  Vol.2 No.4 , November 2012
Electron—Proton Twins, Orderly Arranged in The Inside of Bioatoms
Abstract: In the present study the first 20 microatoms of the periodic table are named as bioatoms, since they are needed for biochemical functions and services to life itself. The rationale behind this project is the detailed analysis of the ionization energy of the electrons in the inside of the bioatoms and their orderly arrangement at specific positions. Such position of the electrons is harmonized with the succession of their energy values in their logarithmic curves. The compelling arrangement of each electron at a particular place would not be feasible in the absence of an energy offset, which is a proton. The latter would hold electrons on their proper position. These fundamental aspects of our project receive such strong support from the quantum theory, according to which it is the electromagnetic interaction between electrons and protons by the exchange of photons, which hold them together in the atoms. According to our proposed model, the protons of the aforementioned proton—electron twins, are distributed on distinct positions which are the junctions of a primary network, coupled with their electrons, in a secondary network. The geometry and distance of the protons, in the plexus, is constant and is calculated at 8, 42 ?. This was estimated by a mathematical analysis of the proposed model, as discussed further. Our study has shown that electrons in the specific positions are moving in a symmetrical oscillation in the length of a channel, in vacuum, under the Coulomb forces. Moreover, the chemical evidence suggests that electrons, in an atom, have their own separate orbit, and that these orbits are closely interrelated.
Cite this paper: J. C. Stavridis, G. Baltatzis and C. N. Pattas, "Electron—Proton Twins, Orderly Arranged in The Inside of Bioatoms," Open Journal of Physical Chemistry, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2012, pp. 262-270. doi: 10.4236/ojpc.2012.24034.

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