Forma, Vol. 22 (No. 2), pp. 177-189, 2007
Original Paper

Atommetrics: Another View of Atomic Structure Based on Electron Orbital Geometry Part 2

Edward Suzuki Hoerdt

Edward Suzuki Associates, Inc., 1-15-23 Seta, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-0095, Japan
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(Received February 21, 2006; Accepted August 15, 2007)

Keywords: Atommetrics, Atommetry, Electron Orbit, Tension, Compression

Abstract. This paper along with the original one (Forma, 17, 293-308, 2002) offers a simple model of the atom as a structural balance of tension (attractive) and compression (repulsive) members which helps to explain three-dimensionally and effectively the workings of the atom independently as well as in bonds as molecules. In this model, the structure of the atom is composed of invisible "struts" of attractive, nuclear forces on the electrons in tension and of repulsive, electron forces on each other in compression.

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