Rapid Computation of the Energy States of Two-Electron Systems
A new deterministic approach to modelling atoms and molecules is developed which uses static and dynamic numerical methods. The estimate for the ground state energy of [see pdf for notation] is closer to the experimental estimate than is the quantum mechanical result. for the hydrogen molecule ion, the result obtained is entirely comparable to that from quantum mechanics. For various atomic calculations, the results deviate from experimental results by less than one half of one percent. The theory incorporates a classical interpretation of electron pairing from a superstring point of view. The approach leads to a new, explicit formula for the excited states of helium, thereby recasting and extending Bohr's fundamental work on hydrogen.