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#### On Attractive Force Between Electrons in the Same Molecular Orbital

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1991)

Is is assumed, on the basis of recent studies in particle theory, that two electrons in the same molecular orbital attract, rather than repel, and the consequences are explored by means of three dimensional, supercomputer, ...

#### On Electron Attraction & Newtonian Methodology for Approximating Quantum Mechanical Phenomena

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1992-04)

Classical dynamical computations for ground state [see pdf for notation], and [see pdf for notation] have been shown to yield correct vibrational frequencies and molecular diameters under an assumption of electron attraction ...

#### Rapid Approximation of the Energy States of Three-Electron Systems

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1985-03)

In this paper, we show how to approximate rapidly the energy states of systems with one electron in the second ring. Using known energy states and average radii of two-electron systems in ground state, the Method requires ...

#### A New Model of the Molecular Bond

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1991)

It is assumed, on the basis of recent supercomputer calculations, that electrons attract, rather than repel. The consequences are explored by means of three
dimensional, molecular mechanics type simulations of ground state ...

#### Analytical and Numerical Studies on the States of Ions and Atoms

(University of Texas at Arlington, 1985)

A speculative model is described which refines and extends the method of Bohr to various atoms and ions which have four or fewer electrons. The results for ground, single, and multiple excited states are of unexpectedly ...

#### Classical, Computer Studies of One-Electron and Two-Electron Atoms and Ions

(University of Texas of Arlington, 1991-06)

A geometrical, computer-oriented method is utilized to generate circular orbits of electrons in one-electron and two-electron atoms and ions. The radii of these orbits are defined to be the radii of the atoms or ions. Only ...