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Fractal Models of Atoms and Molecules

  • Pavel Ošmera senior
  • Pavel Ošmera junior
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 289)

Abstract

This paper is an attempt to attain a new and profound model of the nature’s structure using a vortex-ring-fractal theory. Scientists have been trying to explain some phenomena in nature that have not been explained so far. The aim of this paper is the vortex-ring-fractal modeling of elements in the Mendeleev’s periodic table, which is not in contradiction to the known laws of nature. We would like to find some acceptable structure model of the hydrogen as a vortex-fractal-coil structure of the proton and a vortex-fractal-ring structure of the electron. It is known that planetary model of the hydrogen atom is not right. The classical quantum model is too abstract. Our imagination is that the hydrogen is a levitation system of the proton and the electron. Structures of hydrogen and carbon atoms and a hydrogen molecule are presented too. Our goal is combination of the basic principle of grammatical evolution with vortex-ring-fractal structures of atoms to create new molecule nano-structures. This approach combines knowledge of evolutionary optimization with physical chemistry.

Keywords

fractal models vortex ring fractal graphene vortex-fractal-ring theory 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Pavel Ošmera senior
    • 1
  • Pavel Ošmera junior
    • 2
  1. 1.University of Technology VUT in BrnoBrnoCzech Republic
  2. 2.St. Anne’s University Hospital BrnoBrnoCzech Republic

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