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Atomic epn(ep) Spin Models and Spectral Lines

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We confirmed that how many kinds of epn spins the atoms have by calculating heat capacity of metals according to energy levels in the previous reference. To know more the spin models of epn of hydrogen and helium are imagined and their line spectra are counted. And the explanation of interference is discussed. Gas atoms make line spectra by optical interference. Solid atoms make them by exciting the lowest epns of their cluster first. They all make s, p energy orbit. One axis is composed of two epns. 1s or 2s of atoms except for lithium generally makes the symmetric axis. When each energy level is filled up by epns, these are symmetrically paired first. The atoms which fit the number of line spectra correctly by optical interference are hydrogen and helium. By counting the number of alignments of epns spins within the cluster, the atoms which fit the number of line spectra correctly are lithium, beryllium and phosphorus. The number of line spectra of the rest atoms which we have counted approaches the experimented numbers approximately, not correctly.

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Kim, D. and Ha, B. (2015) Atomic epn(ep) Spin Models and Spectral Lines. American Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 6, 1030-1037. doi: 10.4236/ajac.2015.613098.

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