COMPUTING THE COMPLEX RADIUS DEPENDENCY AND THE TWO ANGLES VERSUS TIME IN THE HYDROGEN ATOM
Yakubovsky Evgeny Georgievich
Abstarct. Using the definition of the velocity of vacuum particles or streamlines from the Schrödinger equation, it was possible to determine the dependence of the radius and two angles on time. In the general case, several complex values of the radius and two angles were obtained as a function of time. But using continuous coordinates, it was possible to determine the change in the complex radius and two angles for the hydrogen atom. The resulting total kinetic energy of the atom differs from its own electrical energy, which provides the radiation of the atom.
Keywords: description of the hydrogen atom, determinism, dependence of the radius and two angles on time