Photo-Electric Conversions: the Corpuscles in an H-Atom

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Scientific Paper
Title Photo-Electric Conversions: the Corpuscles in an H-Atom
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Author(s) Francis Viren Fernandes
Keywords Pair production, unification, light, gravity, ether, fine structure, base units, temperature, Ohm's law, Boltzmann constant, Bohr's model, Rydberg, Electron
Published 2008
Journal Proceedings of the NPA
Volume 5
Number 1
No. of pages 32
Pages 58-69

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Abstract

The true corpuscular or photon nature of an Hydrogen atom and a proton, is conclusively evinced in this paper. The ionization energy in an Hydrogen atom is observed due to pair production. In reality fusion of a Rydberg Photon with the 13.6 eV introduced photon mass produces an electron positron pair. A Rydberg photon mass is of 2.425434789 x 10-35 kg and its radius is precisely twice Bohr's radius. Furthermore, a mass similar to that of a proton fuses with the 9.382723128 x 108 eV introduced photon mass to produce an electron-positron pair. It is proven that this mass of 1.672622216 x 10-27 kg is comprised of 6.8961747 x 107 Rydberg photons. Pair production substantiates the absence of an electron in the ground state of a Hydrogen atom.