The nature of electron, atoms and molecules

Author(s): Kristina Zubow, Anatolij Zubow, Viktor Anatolievich Zubow

It is generally accepted that in an electron-free hydrogen atomthe proton oscillates between physical vacuum(PV) and baryonicmatter. This oscillation causes a stationary spherical shock wave (SSW) around the proton in PV. For a stationary spherical shock wave, the name “electronic orbital” is not correct. Based on our experimental data the SSW radius was calculated to be 5.3.10-11 m and equals the Bohr radius. SSW was characterized by multiple energy levels. We propose that the electron does not exist, but instead can be described as a stationary spherical shock wave resulting from proton oscillation.

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