Antihydrogen, probed with classical polarization dependent wavelength (PDW) shifts in the Lyman series, proves QFT inconsistent on antimatter
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 Guido Van Hooydonk (UGent)
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 Bound state QED uses the SommerfeldDirac double square root equation to obtain quartics (Mexican hat or double well curves), which can give away leftright symmetry or chiral behavior for particle systems as in the SM. We now show that errors of Bohr 2D fermion theory are classical H polarization dependent wavelength (PDW) shifts. The observed H line spectrum exhibits a quartic with critical nvalues for phase ½π (90°) and π (180°): phase ½π refers to circular H polarization (chiral behavior), phase π to linear H polarization and inversion on the Coulomb field axis. These signatures probe H polarization with 2 natural, mutually exclusive hydrogen quantum states ±1, i.e. H and H. The H signatures are consistent with polarization angles or phases, hidden in de Broglie’s standing wave equation, which derives from Compton’s early experiments with sinusoidal wavelength shifts. We refute the widely spread ban on natural H and prove why QED, a quartic generating quantum field theory, classifies as inconsistent on neutral antimatter.
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Please use this url to cite or link to this publication: http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU483978
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 Van Hooydonk, Guido. 2006. “Antihydrogen, Probed with Classical Polarization Dependent Wavelength (PDW) Shifts in the Lyman Series, Proves QFT Inconsistent on Antimatter.” Physics Archive arXiv:physics/0612141v2: 1–28.
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 Van Hooydonk, G. (2006). Antihydrogen, probed with classical polarization dependent wavelength (PDW) shifts in the Lyman series, proves QFT inconsistent on antimatter. Physics Archive, arXiv:physics/0612141v2, 1–28.
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 1.Van Hooydonk G. Antihydrogen, probed with classical polarization dependent wavelength (PDW) shifts in the Lyman series, proves QFT inconsistent on antimatter. Physics Archive. 2006;arXiv:physics/0612141v2:1–28.
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 Van Hooydonk, Guido. “Antihydrogen, Probed with Classical Polarization Dependent Wavelength (PDW) Shifts in the Lyman Series, Proves QFT Inconsistent on Antimatter.” Physics Archive arXiv:physics/0612141v2 (2006): 1–28. Print.
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