Discussion on Note 226(7)

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Thursday, August 30, 2012 7:24 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Discussion on Note 226(7)

Agreed with this, this is why I suggested a Young experiment with two interfering electron beams, so the interaction with the electromagnetic beam results in a shift of the Young interferogram. That would give a new type of test of the Compton effect. The usual test as you know consists of measuring the shift in the electromagnetic (gamma ray ) frequency scattered from a metal foil. This new type of quantization has a lot of possibilities, so the various disasters of the old theory encounterd in UFT158 to UFT166 can be put back together again with this new theory. The addition of a Coulomb potential would also be very interesting – the most pressing problem is the explanation of LENR, so a nuclear potential would be the most interesting. I will put in a potential term next and go as far as I can analytically. As you know the solution of the Dirac equation for the H atom already needs the computer. It can be done analytically, but it is very complicated. However, it is possible to use approximation schemes. The basic problem is how does a low energy nuclear reaction occur. One answer would be the absorption of a quantum of spacetime energy into the nucleus. The photon is one example of a quantum of spacetime energy, the photon being absorbed into the electronic structure of an atom or molecule.

In a message dated 30/08/2012 11:27:15 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Isn’t the frequency dependent term in Eq.(21) independent of space coordinates? This should give a constant shift in energy since the expectation value is equal to the frequency term. In a self-consistent calculation the states itself will be affected. For a free electron there is a continuous energy spectrum. The solution is an electronic plane wave, with energy according to the frequency terms. A case where the electron is in a bound state would be more interesting, for example in an atom, or a nucleon in a core potential. An expression for the potential energy is needed to handle this in a Schrödinger like equation.


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