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P-orbital Geometry

P-orbitals form in sets of 6 producing an octahedral structure. By producing this form based on the average radii for each set, we can approximate the radius for almost all elements on the periodic table.

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S orbital geometry

S-orbital Geometry

S-orbitals form the only set of elements occupying a spherical shell. Whilst quantum theory suggests it is ‘only applicable’ to these types of atom, investigation of the atomic radius shows a discrepancy of over 100% for some elements.

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Atomic Electron Cloud in D

The 4D Electron Cloud

The electron cloud is normally thought about in terms of the probability of the particle. However, our notion of a 4D Aether dispenses with this notion, returning a sense of normally to atomic physics.

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Holding an atom in the hands

The Atom and the Seed of life

The foundations of reality are defined by the atom, from which all mater is produced. These vary in radius, which can be mapped to a geometric symbol called the Seed of Life.

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the secret of the laser

The secret of lasers

Why is it that lasers are so powerful, they can cut through sheet metal. In this article, we examine their nature from the 4D wave perspective, which provides new insight into how we might be able to extract energy from the vacuum of space.

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