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    If by oxidation energy you mean of removing electron, it is popularly called ionization energy and for hydrogen atom it is R/n^2.
    In Bohr you get the same energy as in Schrodinger: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bohr_model
    Also in Bohr-Sommerfeld, which…
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    This is analogous to Bohr model, which gets energy levels right. Gryzinski focuses on more sophisticated problems (e.g. scattering, screening coefficients, diamagnetic constant, multielectron atoms, molecular bonds, solid state physics, Stark effect…
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    If you want to convince mainstream to LENR, introducing some crazy new unrelated physics is the last way - only further reducing credibility.
    In contrast, Gryzinski just repairs Bohr model - by using Bohr-Sommerfeld degenerated to l=0 (well known e.g.…
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    Let say alpha particle overcomed Coulomb repulsion between two protons - this is gigantic force (MeV-scale), doing it with magnetic: Lorentz force is not realistic, would require gigantic velocities and magnetic fields ... in contrast, alpha particle…
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    Electron is a particle traveling in 3D, governed mainly by EM interactions (beside gravity and weak/strong very close to nuclei).
    EM interaction here is mainly ~1/r^2 Coulomb force (charge-charge).
    There is also ~v/r^3 electron magnetic dipole - nuclear…
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    Cydonia
    This thread was motivated by Gryzinski, you can find discussion on previous pages.
    Free-fall repairs problems of Bohr model, in papers he also claimed good agreement with many types of experiments, especially scattering, screening…
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    Incorrectness of Bohr model (assuming local realism against Bell violation) starts with wrong angular momentum: we know that ground state hydrogen has L=0 orbital angular momentum, while in Bohr it is huge.
    Another basic counter-argument is e.g.
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    You are using some your very nonstandard physics, but generally I see you also want to operate on orbits of electrons - assume they have trajectories behind quantum wavefunction.
    The problem is that this is assuming "local realism" - a mainstream…
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    So what energy does this yours additional electron-proton state have?
    Why e.g. in energy spectrum of stars we don't see its required additional lines: when this new state deexcitates to a known state, or the opposite?
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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)


    You start with two nuclei in a large distance, need to take them to distance of nuclear forces (~fm), what due to Coulomb repulsion requires investing huge energy (MeV-scale).
    How does their distance r(t) evolve in time? Where…
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    The lowest energy state for electron + proton pair is ground state hydrogen atom: 13.6eV below them being far away.
    Otherwise e.g. space vacuum wouldn't be filled with hydrogen, but with this something different of lower energy. All hydrogen would just…
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    To convince the mainstream to hypothetical possibility of nuclear fusion in low temperature, we need a concrete mechanism for crossing this huge Coulomb barrier, and electron assistance seems the only possibility (? I still haven't seen any other ?)