Neoclassic Treatment of Ground-State Hydrogen - Part II: Spin and Gravitation
|Title||Neoclassic Treatment of Ground-State Hydrogen - Part II: Spin and Gravitation|
|Author(s)||William F Wolff|
A particle model of atomic hydrogen has been developed as a possible alternative to the currently ac-cepted quantum-mechanical approach. In the present work, the charged-particle motion within the model orbits are shown to generate magnetic and gravitational potentials that lead to the formation of spinning-disc, and thence to rotating-sphere hydrogen structures. The rotation of such structures occurs at the frequency of hydrogen's ground-state magnetic hyperfine transition, and accounts for atomic hydrogen's anomalous g-factor without requiring the intercession of electrons that spin perpetually in the absence of any driving force. Furthermore, and most importantly, this atomic spin is shown to account for the gravitational attraction of hydrogen atoms.