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    Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.
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    I am not aware of any evidence for violation of energy or momentum conservation - they are at heart of Lagrangian mechanics we successfully use from QFT to GRT.

    Regarding virtual particles - they are used in Feynman diagrams in perturbative
  • Jarek

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    Particle like electron is more than just a wave packet - it is among others stable localized configuration (nearly singular) of electric and magnetic field:
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    It doesn't loose these localized properties when approaching a proton to form an atom -…
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    Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.
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    (Quote from THHuxleynew)


    You are saying that if proton and electron are far apart they are "classical" corpuscular ... but when they meet they became "quantum" wave-like ... so in which moment/distance this switch happens?

    Where exactly is the
  • Jarek

    Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.
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    Potential energy is negative: deuteron + electron -> deuterium + 13.6eV
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    Replied to the thread Electron-assisted fusion.
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    Wyttenbach , 13.6eV is Rydberg constant - energy difference comes from Coulomb potential.
  • Jarek

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    The main problem with discussing dynamics of electrons below the probability clouds is the general belief that violation of Bell inequalities forbids us using such local and realistic models.

    While the original Bell inequality might leave some hope for…