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Important Results of Analyzing Foundations of Quantum Mechanics

Leonid G. Kreidik
George P. Shpenkov
Year: 2002
The foundations of quantum mechanics are analyzed, and some problems that appeared during its creation and remain unsolved today are emphasized. It is shown that the introduction of variable wave number k, depending on electron coordinates, and the omission of the azimuth part of the wave function ?, were erroneous. Including the azimuth factor of the wave function and taking into consideration the constant value of k result in wave-equation solutions showing a discrete nodal structure of inter-atomic space, and arrives at a periodic-nonperiodic law for behavior of atomic structures. Viewing atoms as quasi-spherical neutron molecules makes it possible to understand characteristic features of the periodic table