NEU Theory

NEU Theory

The Nature of Physical Reality

electro-kinetic bond

In Neu Theory, the electro-kinetic bond or the atomic bond is caused the by attraction of negative charged electrons to the positively charged nucleus. The individual positive and negative electric fields remain discrete maintaining topological closure. The bond is maintained by a reduction in the potential energy of the electric field. The electrons get as close to the nucleus as it is allowed by nature (ground state) by following a set of dynamic parking rules. Arriving at the ground state an electron will maintain a stable “orbital” with definite kinetic energy that is maintained with time (1st law), and the atom will emit a photon with exactly the same radiant energy that is reduced with time (2nd law) .

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