A New Computer Approach to Atomic Electron Configuartions with Application to the Elements from Helium Through Oxygen
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In this paper a new, computer approach is developed for atomic and molecular dynamics. Though classical in nature, it includes all electron-electron interactions. Experimental ionization energies are used to determine average radial distances and velocities for atoms. Computer examples for symmetric and nonsymmetric electron motions are described and discussed. Auto-ionization results fix the nonadmissibility of a significant class of electron configurations.
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