Summary (Astroatomic Equation)

Astroatomic equation treats of the proportionality between the quantum levels and the planetary orbits.

1) INTRODUCTION:

Astroatomic equations was developed by analogy between the equation of universal gravitation (Newton’s Law) and the equation of electrostatic interaction (Coulomb’s Law) what presupposes the mass relativization is in dynamic balance at two opposite dimensions (matter and antimatter) separates by the inverse time.

2) SYNTHETIC ASTROATOMIC EQUATION:

In the synthetic equation each quantum level is observed in function of the atomic number, that is what identifies a chemical element, so that the number of the electrons and protons is cumulative among a shell and other.

a) Formula:

S = P ( Z ) / Rn

Where:

S = distance of the gravitational orbits of the planets around the Sun; P = astroatomic constant of proportionality = 100 . c . s (a hundred times the speed of the light multiplied a second = 30 x 100³ km . s / s); Z = atomic number (identity of the chemical element) at each quantum level; Rn = resulting from quantum number of the most energy electron in each atomic shell (it is the sum of principal quantum number, “n”, azimuthal quantum number, “n - 1”, and spin quantum number, “s” = - 0,5 or + 0,5, when an orbital is incomplete and a spin doesn’t annul other).

b) Quantum Levels (considering the electron with the largest energy):

Be the atomic shells and the maximum number of electrons (and consequently of protons, what takes the atomic number, Z):

# Shell K: 2 electrons, Z = 2 (helium) => Rn = 1.0

# Shell L: 8 electrons (more 2 electrons of the previous shell), Z = 10 (neon); Rn = n (n = 2) + L (L = 2 - 1 = 1) + s (s = - 0.5 + 0.5 = 0) => Rn = 3.0

# Shell M: 18 electrons (more 10 electrons of the previous shells), Z = 28 (nickel); Rn = n (n = 3) + L (L = 3 - 1 = 2) + s (s = 0.5) => Rn = 5.5

# Shell N: 32 electrons (more 28 electrons of the previous shells), Z = 60 (neodymium); Rn = n (n = 4) + L (L = 4 - 1 = 3) + s (s = 0.5) => Rn = 7.5

# Shell O: 32 electrons (more 60 electrons of the previous shells), Z = 92 (uranium, the element of largest atomic number found in Nature); Rn = n (n =5) + L (L = 4 -1 = 3) + s (s = 0.5) => Rn = 8.5

c) Application:

S1 = 30 x 100³ km (2) / 1.0 = 60 x 100³ km (proportionality of the helium at the distance for the planet Mercury orbit around the Sun).

S2 = 30 x 100³ km (10) / 3.0 = 100 x 100³ km (proportionality of the neon at the distance for the planet Venus orbit around the Sun).

S3 = 30 x 100³ km (28) / 5.5 = 152 x 100³ km (proportionality of the nickel at the distance for the planet Earth orbit around the Sun).

S4 = 30 x 100³ km (60) / 7.5 = 240 x 100³ km (proportionality of the neodymium at the distance for the planet Mars orbit around the Sun).

S5 = 30 x 100³ km (92) / 8.5 = 325 x 100³ km (proportionality of the uranium at the distance for the asteroids belt orbit around the Sun).

3) ANALYTICAL ASTROATOMIC EQUATION:

The analytical equation considers the atom dismembered in their atomic shells, each one of which taken by the respective electronic identity, in other words, for the maximum number of electrons in each quantum level.

Once dismembered the shells, the expression of the atomic number will be the own electronic identity of each shell, independent of their predecessors.

Taken the atomic shells dismembered analytically, the distribution is made unfeasible in sub levels and orbital, being the resulting from quantum number the own principal quantum number of the respective energy state.

This way, being debited the magnetic states of the greatness of resulting from quantum number, such energy states will be credited to the greatness space.

For that reason, the value of “S” supplied by analytical equation, it will be the distance of the cosmic magnetic orbits of the planets around the Sun.

It is interesting to observe how it can have electromagnetic disturbances in our planet, for example, when the cosmic magnetic field of Venus approaches the gravitational field of Earth, phenomenon that is observed by the Venus aphelion with Earth perihelion.

a) Formula:

S = P ( Ne¯ ) / n

Where:

S = distance of the cosmic magnetic orbits of the planets around the Sun; P = astroatomic constant (P = 100 . c . s); Ne¯ = maximum number of electrons in the atomic shell; n = principal quantum number.

b) Quantum Levels:

It is admitted that the measure in that principal quantum number, “n”, it grows, the difference of energy between one and other quantum state decreases, tending to a “continuum”.

Being taken like this the last three energy levels, to know, the fifth, sixth and seventh quantum levels (shells O, P and Q) as a state of continuum energy, is had that the principal quantum number will be “n = 5” and the sum of electrons of the continuum quantum state it will be 32 (number of electrons of the shell O) + 18 (number of electrons of the shell P) + 8 (number of the shell Q) = 58 electrons.

The energy being quantum cannot be continuous, therefore, the tendency to that continuum state (tendency admitted in modern Physics) it will only be able to be admitted if it be defined the quantum state is assimilates it referred tendency to the continuum, in other words, the respective atomic shell.

At the fifth quantum level the counting of the maximum electrons number is stabilized, then, for the continuum level, n = 5 and Ne¯ = 58.

c) Application:

S1 = 30 x 100³ km (2) / 1 = 60 x 100³ km (distance of the magnetic cosmic orbit for the planet Mercury around the Sun).

S2 = 30 x 100³ km (8) / 2 = 120 x 100³ km (distance of the magnetic cosmic orbit for the planet Venus around the Sun).

S3 = 30 x 100³ km (18) / 3 = 180 x 100³ km (distance of the magnetic cosmic orbit for the planet Earth around the Sun).

S4 = 30 x 100³ km (32) / 4 = 240 x 100³ km (distance of the magnetic cosmic orbit for the planet Mars around the Sun).

S5 = 30 x 100³ km (58) / 5 = 348 x 100³ km (distance of the magnetic cosmic orbit for the asteroids belt around the Sun).

4) BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Search at Brazilian National Library (Biblioteca Nacional)...

http://www.bn.br/

Venturelli, Paiva. – Dinamização in Vivo. Joinville (SC) Brazil, Letra Médica Publisher, 2004.

Venturelli, Paiva. – Teoria Bioquântica Astro-Atômica. Pouso Alegre (MG) Brazil, Sul das Geraes Publisher, 1995.

5) BIOGRAPHY IN BRIEF:

The author is doctor of medicine degree in the Petrópolis Faculty of Medicine and postgraduate degree in the Homeopathy Society of Rio de Janeiro State (Brazil) with title of specialist by the Brazilian Medical Association.


 
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