Bulletin of the American Physical Society
APS March Meeting 2022
Volume 67, Number 3
Monday–Friday, March 14–18, 2022; Chicago
Session W48: Computational Methods for Statistical Mechanics: Advances and Applications III
3:00 PM–5:48 PM,
Thursday, March 17, 2022
Room: McCormick Place W-471A
Sponsoring Units: DCOMP GSNP
Chair: Chenxing Luo, Columbia University
Abstract: W48.00004 : Axial Nucleus Density for DFT, Symmetry Axis Rotating Toward Electron Clusters with ½, Zeta Related to Two Locked-at-180o Dirac Monopoles, Inter-dimensional Hemispherical (r#,θ#,φ#,z) Relativity Stress*
4:00 PM–4:12 PM
- Based upon ‘extra 1/r’ generating net-2-interaction, so ^(-4)+^(-3) as no density near the nucleus, but instead starting at Bohr-H (a0) *adjusted for nucleon counts.
Concentrated at two poles understood as the subshell-s direction, Quantum Number (N,0,x,x) as Quantitized Hemispherical (r#, θ#=0, φ#, z=±½).
Rotating that nucleostatic axis by ½ energy towards strongest electron cluster versus ½ energy as linear acceleration of electrons towards that nucleostatic axis XC-Diff (X1)
With DFT (X1) XC-diff understood as two locked-at-180o Dirac monopole, never alone at the particle surface (re) poles.
With interdimensional transfers in a limited relativity with added cosine-θ-variant for static precursor B-field understood by that hemispherical frame-of-reference
Position-in-field scaling as (r/a0)M/N
- Better densities for DFT
3D settling, from chaos, path for TDDFT
Physical models underlying equations
Acceleration-vectors alternative for computational modeling
*No external funding relates to this research.
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