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The Spinning Particle Model

The Classic Model
of the Electron
The Spinning Particle Model of the Electron
Some Predictions
of this model are:
Explaining the Questions raised by the Classical Model
Chirality
Negative charges
Attracting each other
Graphical Particle Collision Solver
Particle & Wave Behavior
Tunnel Effect
Spin Polarized Tunnelling (Giant Magnetoresistance)
Theory of Radiation
Gyromagnetic Ratio g=2
Measuring the Size
of the Electron
The Hydrogen Atom Model
Relativity: Time and Spedd
A brief summary
of the ideas exposed
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Discussion Forum
References
Acknowledgements
Annex 1:
Calculating the Spin
   The Spinning Particle Model
 
 

  The Hydrogen Atom Model

The Bohr model of the orbit of a spinless electron is not sustainable because the ground state of the atom corresponds to a zero Angular Momentum, or L = 0 state.
This means, literally, that the orbit of the CM of the electron goes through the center of the proton. The linear momentum of the electron is always pointing to the center of the proton.
RB = 5.3  x 10−11m
R0 = λC / 2 ≈10−13m
Rp ≈10−15m
Ree <10−19m
As shown in the picture, this can easily be understood with the Spinning Particle Model: the CM of the electron can go directly through the center of the proton, while its charge is spinning far away.
We can compare the size of the proton Rp with the radius R0.
The CM of the electron oscillates up to a distance RB, the Bohr radius.
M. Rivas