The drawing defines/illustrates the suggested relations
between the electron of the Hydrogen Atom and its associated system of wave functions.
It should be seen as a cross section of the suggested structural relations of this system linking the electron and its wave
- On each
energy level there is a potential electronic point.
- On energy-level
No.1 there is what may be termed a central potential electronic point.
is a direct relation between the central
potential electronic point (on energy-level No.1) and each of the other potential electronic points on all the energy-levels within (and outside) the atom.
such direct relation equals a wave function
(or a vector). It equals a light unit representing the energy difference between energy-level No.1 and other
specific energy levels.
are secondary relations linking the different potential electronic points directly with each other (with the exception of
the central potential electronic points). All these relations equal light units
moving with velocity c.
Of all atomic spectral line series of the Hydrogen Atom,
the Lyman series may be regarded as the basis of this concept which links the central electronic point with its wave functions.
We have noted earlier (point5 - Phase 2 at the Home Page) how the different spectral line series of the Hydrogen Atom, with the exception of
the Lyman series, constitute together the structure of the curved space-time which is the basis of the gravitational field.
It is suggested here that nature has chosen the Lyman spectral
series as a basis for a different function as important as the gravitational.
This different function is the basis of the relation that
links the electron with its structure of
wave functions, or in another word, the Lyman spectral series constitute the basis of the structure of the electronic wave
functions. This is because the Lyman spectral series link energy level No.1 with all other atomic energy levels, which extend
to the whole universe. This constitutes the basis of the picture by which QR represents
this relation of the electron with its wave functions.
This drawing represents the totality of these relations
in addition to the spectral and gravitational.