local realism quantum mechanics established, we can simply describe an
extranuclear electron as a large-scale elastic ring with an elastic phase
trajectory. Several small molecules can thus be strictly calculated through the
logical method of establishing an accurate mechanical equilibrium equation
describing the molecular structure, then solving the strict solutions of this
mechanical equation and the corresponding wave equation. The results (bond
length and dissociation energy) are in good agreement with observed results—i.e. if it is only coincidence, there
should not be such a high probability of agreement between calculated and
observed results. The method of local realism quantum mechanics is no longer
the semi-empirical method. The method to calculate the electron pairing energy
uses a linear regression of the ionization energy obtained through experiment.
Nonetheless, it is exciting that there are diatomic molecules such as Na2,
K2 and asymmetric HF molecules that possess a non-zero non-bonding
electron number in the calculation examples. Moreover, the molecular structures
are very intuitive, and the calculation method is much simpler than existing
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