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Posted by Duane Eddy on October 29, 2004 22:53:07 UTC

QM defines repeatable stable wave conditions.

The De Borglie wavelength defines the threshold of a stable / non-stable interaction between two entities.

Were not both theories used to predict the correct electron orbit radius of the hydrogen atom?

It could be that the N=1 wave length predicted by QM agrees with the transition De Borglie wavelength.

On the other hand you may be over my head on this one.

Duane






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