DLP-6 Atom Anatomy
In the nucleus, Proton is anchored in place by super focused n-Electron, overcoming Proton-Proton repulsion.
A positive ion can borrow Momentum to electrons within itself,
But nett charge is still positive.
With each field system maintaining their own sync equilibrium,
there are still excess ccwa trajectories.
Thus Protons need to find other Electrons outside to balance charges / trajectories.
Electron being significantly larger, more dispersed than Proton,
Electron-Proton connections always form the teardrop shape.
Electron want to maintain connection with proton in proton-sphere,
while avoiding other electrons.
So first 2 Electrons stay closest to nucleus, filling up shell 1.
Obstructed by shell 1, next 8 Electrons fills up shell 2.
Shell 3 has 8~18 slots, depending on total number of Protons.
And so on…
A field system tries to balance interaction with surrounding momentum.
And electrons prefer to attract equally with all sides of the nucleus, and repel evenly with other electrons.
So 2 Electrons on the opposite side of the nucleus forms an orbital pair.
An Electron orbital pair always have opposite spins, same distances from nucleus, & same energy (unless hybridized).
An Electron is usually connected to many Protons at one time.
Electron can focus connection with 1 Proton, but with many substitute connections standing by.
Field System : single Field System. system with fundamental sync equilibrium to maintain.
i.e. neutron, Proton anti-Proton, Electron anti-Electron.
Integrated Field System (IFS) : system with 2 or more Field Systems bonded together.
i.e. atom, molecule.
orbitals – quantum mechanics.
electron wave function probability.
Electron naturally can only form teardrop-shaped connections with Proton.
But Proton have equal attraction towards Electron at all sides.
So Electron wants to occupy “different positions”,
To attract equally on all sides of nucleus,
and repel evenly with other electrons.
And when that is not attainable due to,
uneven or inexact number of Electrons,
an Electron can,
1) have Electron orbitals orbiting nucleus (disc connection)(ring shape).
2) Electron splits into multiple Electrons,
using Proton as pivot / distributor (infinity / sphere shape).
Without Proton, static Electron’s sync equilibrium prevents Electron from splitting.
3) connect with less effective angles.
Tear – loop or disc connection
Ring – disc connection orbiting
Sphere – connections at all angles, possibly orbiting &/or atom spinning.
So first 2 electrons in carbon splits into multiple images,
connecting nucleus at all angles, resembling a sphere.
2s2 does the same at further distance.
2px1 & 2py1 occupy different orbitals to minimize repulsion,
and maximize angle coverage.
They each split into 2 images, filling up their orbital,
then further split 2 more images, to fill up 2pz.
But electrons do not like to split, as it affects their sync equilibrium.
So shells that are not fully filled with right number of electrons are less stable.
Electrons not splitting but connecting at inefficient angles also causes shell to be unstable.
Electron orbitals are not rigid shapes,
but vectors trying to avoid each other.
Electron can tilt or transfer Momentum to suitable Electron, to adjust orientations for magnetism, bonds, electricity, etc.
And so does Proton.
This whole area is electron,
including most of the belt,
and much beyond.
Electron is not a dot wizzing around the nucleus,
but a configuration of trajectories (cwa) where Momentum is travelling in Light Speed.
It’s significantly bigger (more dispersed) than proton.
Electron can focus and stabilize when connected to a Proton at close distance.