Michał Gryziński
localising electrons in atoms, molecules and crystals

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– information for readers:

  the author and his dog "Misiek"






not long ago
, somewhere in Poland

 There is a lot of arguments that classical dynamics at the atomic level works,  and that the concept of a  localised  electron  has been abandoned too early, to say at least. Unfortunately, for a physical community these arguments remain unknown  because editorial boards of scientific journals refuse to publish papers, which are not  in accord  with  basic  postulates  of   quantum  theory. The latter, however, seems to be incurably ill.

One of the chief founders of The Quantum Theory, P.A.M. Dirac in 1972 wrote:"...the basic equations of the theory are not right. There must be some drastic change introduced into them. I feel that the change required will be just about as drastic as the passage from the Bohr orbit to the quantum mechanics...". Unfortunately, the opinion of this giant of physics, as well as the opinion of the other giant –  Louis de Broglie - were entirely ignored.

Ignoring facts one does not solve problems. Highly developed modern electronic information systems give opportunity to break the information barrier and to present unorthodoxy opinions and results that  could not pass the barrier of orthodoxy referees. With help of the WEB system I will show results of the research, which quite often are in a principal disagreement with quantum theory but which are in a full agreement with the experiment. I will present a difficult to be questioned arguments that

electrons in atoms, molecules and crystals move along rigorously determined by fundamental laws of classical dynamics well defined orbits.


If you will find following pages interesting please inform your colleagues. Thanks.  (gryzinski@ipj.gov.pl)

IPJ - Swierk, 15 March 1999

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