On Mar 29, 10:32 am, Benj <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote:
I don't recall you ever pointing that out to me. Got the link? The
statement of yours does not make much sense. It is like word salad.
"Note for example that an "orbital" of an
electron about an atom represents constant acceleration (as it's
moving in a circle) but somehow does not produce radiation causing the
atom to "decay". And as noted by others, when an orbital DOES produce
radiation, it is in a very short time-frame "pulse", rather than by
the Maxwell theory."
For the benefit of the OP, an orbital is simply a probability pattern of
where one might expect to find an electron in an atom that is in a
certain energy state. Most of the probability patterns are hardly
circular. You should get yourself a good physical chemistry book and