Sub-Quantum Physics 5: H Atom States: Constant Density Balls, and Degenerate Ellipses
Angular considerations of the quantum states of the hydrogen atom are here fully treated in terms of a new sub-quantum physics. The methodology leads to excellent fits for Schrodinger 1S, 2P, 3D, and 4F position probability densities. The 1S state is a superposition of concentric constant-probability-density balls. The 2P, etc., states are superpositions of radial motions in degenerate ellipses, fanning out angularly from a central axis.