Models of Reality for Static, Nuclei and Atoms

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Inside this little book you can learn how physical, nuclear and atomic models were found that relate to the physics and chemistry of atoms based on their shape and intrinsic structures. You can see how it all begins with an icosahedral carbon atom which explains its bond angles, hybridization, and can be used to build up and down to develop key elements related to Bohr's ground state toms, valence, quantum mechanics, and ultimately the chemistry and physics of particle-formed nuclei and atoms. The work is in its infancy and ...

Models of Reality for Static, Nuclei and Atoms 2005, Authorhouse, Bloomington IN

ISBN-13: 9781420852509

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