Atomic Energy and Academic Fraud: The Case of the Hydrogen Atom

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Scientific Paper
Title Atomic Energy and Academic Fraud: The Case of the Hydrogen Atom
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Author(s) Joe Alexander Nahhas
Keywords hydrogen, atom, ionization, -13.6, relativity, quantum
Published 1979
Journal None
No. of pages 5

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Abstract

If you study 25 years and get a phd in atomic physics then you can use quantum relativistic mechanics used by nobel prize winners physicists to describe the bound state of the hydrogen atom which happened to be -13.6 electron volt, the alternative is dumping relativistic mechanics and use high school Newton's - Kepler's equations and get better results; better results because you can get the -13.6 electron volts and not do ellaborate rigging of nature and do not have dump your intelligence and accept make-believe space-to timeback to space jumping travel or quantum fraud. Here is how the ionization energy of -13.6 is calculated from Newton's-Kepler's equations