Electrons travel in stable orbits around nucleus; denying Bohr’s theory
Bohr’s claim that electrons can not travel in stable circular orbits around a nucleus, is being regarded as basic physics theory that is widely accepted as scientific truth.
The claim is based on the commonplace Maxwellian electromagnetics.
 N. Bohr, Collected Works, 2, Amsterdam; North-Holland ; New York: American Elsevier, 1981, p. 241
 N. Bohr., Om atomernas byggnad, Albert Bonnier, 1924 (Nobel Lecture 1922), p. 13
 ibid p. 18
 N. Bohr, Collected Works, 1, Amsterdam : North-Holland ; New York : American Elsevier, 1981, p. XXVIII
Reference numbers are from the paper ‘Application of Coulomb’s Law on Electric Currents Explains Several Electromagnetic Phenomena’, by this author, Journal of Basic and Applied Physics, Vol. 5, Iss.1, PP. 40-46.
The journal has ceased to exist, and the article must be ordered from this author.
However, long before this author began to question these physics, Compton frankly claimed that electrons orbit in stable, circular orbits around the nucleus.
[32} A. H. Compton, X-Rays and Electrons, An Outline of Recent X-Ray Theory, Macmillan and Co, LTD, London 1927, p. 29
And this author has done a deep analysis of how this may occur, using Coulomb’s Law .The author has also successfully applied Special Relativity Theory on Coulomb’s Law in other applications.
Hence, this author offers a coherent theory with a broad application spectre.
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