|Can Electrons Populate Within The Nucleii Of All Elements?
|The possibility that electrons could reside within the nucleii of all elements and within
the nucleii of all isotopes of elements has been of great curiosity to me since I graduated
from college back in 1971. Although I lack the complex mathematical prowness to prove
or disprove a new atom structure theory, I still would like to propose a new atomic model
possibility which has been stuck in my mind seemingly forever, and I can't seem to get
rid of it! So, here's what I think atoms look like! So now, all you atomic physicist
mathematicans can try to prove or disprove this atomic structure model.
Conical shaped electromagnetic fields are used for convenient symmetrical illustration purposes, and ultimately, the inner
electromagnetic fields I propose may very well be everchanging complex shapes which still could maintain overall symmetry
with perhaps everchanging symmetrical proton /nuetron electromagnetical field shapes that coexist together in the atom.
The + and - overall field symmetries could be always realized within all atoms of all elements. Even the field axis itself may
not have to be a straight line! As long as it maintains overall symmetry within the atom, it too can be everchanging in shape!
Two illustrative Conical Electromagnetic Fields are the most that can be associated with each Field Axis, which keeps
symmetry possible for all atoms of all elements found in nature. As shown in the far right above, it is felt that three or even
four separate field axes could be symetrically located in the heaviest of elements
In the lightest of elements, Hydrogen, it is felt that the associated electron is associated with a field axis "x" as shown above
in the far left illustration and two possible corresponding conical electromagnetic field shapes. The electron can rotate
around this "x" axis; perhaps directly in the center of the "x" field axis when mono-atomic hydrogen and perhaps rotating
out from the direct center of this "x" axis in the case of the commonly found di-atomic molecule of hydrogen with the second
electron (associated with the attached second nucleus of Hydrogen) rotating equally off center on the opposite side around
the now common "x" field axis .
It is important to remember that every rotating electron within any conical electromagnetic field has clear passage in and out
of the atom without disturbing the symmetry of the proton/neutron electromagnetic field shape coexisting in that same atom!
This means any inner rotating electrons would not have to interfere with neutron addition or subtractions during the
formation of the various isotopes of any element.
Moreover, it is very important to realize that due to the conical shape of the electromagnetic fields associated with the
electrons, the electrons rotating out near the outer edge of these conical fields could certainly be rotating in much larger
radius orbits than those closer to the inner part of the cone! Thus, this could also satisfy current theory concerning electron
orbit patterns and electron energy levels. Also, with multiple conical electron field shapes occurring, this could more
logically explain the multiple repeats of same electron counts in the various electron "rings" theorized in heavier atoms!
It is felt that the function of the neutrons are to act as neutral buffers or electromagnetic field separators located between
the + and - fields within any atom. In heavier elements, it is felt that more neutrons are present because more negative
electron field axes are present, thus taking more neutrons to act as field separators in order to maintain field symmetries
within the heavier atoms!
Because the surrounding protons and neutrons still can appear as a tightly packed spherical center mass in experimental
analysis, it is felt that they mask the presence of the contained electrons. The electrons are so light in mass that their
internal presence may have gone, heretofore, undetected in mass calculations of the various "nucleii" of natural elements.
And, since the field axes passages into any and all conical electron fields present are all open to the outside, the presence of
the total overall electron negative field of any atom could probably be readily measured without regard to where the
electrons were populating!
It is hoped that this theoretical presentation sparks some intelligent interest in this novel atomic structure model. I do not espouse that I am a qualified
expert in the field of atomic physics, but rather, have had this envisioned atomic model theory stuck in my mind for years and years. I post it here on our
business website as an economical way to have others observe it in a meaningful way. Opinions and replies should be directed to our regular email
address: email@example.com and may directed to "Woody". Our land phone is 816-732-4773 and our mailing address is shown below.
Forrest "Woody" Schaefer
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Holden, Missouri 64040 Respectfully Submitted 11/ 6/2011
|The Element No. 92: Uranium, Shown in the Unique Atomic Structure Model Explained Above