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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2006 12:27 am    Post subject: 3D Periodic Table Reply with quote

Electro-magnetic forces alone are insufficient to explain the
electronic structure of an atom. Photo-electro-magnetic forces must
be considered.

Herve LeCornec has demonstrated that the square root of atomic
ionization potential has a linear relationship to atomic number and
the number of electrons within an atom. This is generally true of
all known elements. In contrast wave machanics can only account for
the electronic structure of hydrogen (which is less than 1 percent
of all known elements), this is a dismal failure masquarading as a
success.

If the photo-electro-magnetic forces are considered, the Periodic
Table of Elements can be arranged in 3D as a stepped pyramid
(actually a series of square matrices). You may see the Periodic
Stack of Elements at;

http://ca.geocities.com/chemguy777/index.htm

This pyramid is a 3D transformation of the Janet P.T. Prof
Tarantola has described the Janet PT at his website;

http://www.ipgp.jussieu.fr/~tarantola/
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