Bohr’s Atom-Model and Quantum Mechanics

Part A: Publications Board “Bohr’s Atom-Model and Quantum Mechanics”

Thomas Allmendinger (2018): „The Atom Model of Helium and of Neon Based on the Theorem of Niels Bohr”, Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 6, 1290-1300;
DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2018.66108
Keywords: Modified Bohr Model, Electron-Trajectories, Electron-Spin, Three-Dimensional Atom-Models, Confutation of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty-Principle

Thomas Allmendinger (2018): „The Elucidation of the Ground State in the H-Atom-Model of Niels Bohr and its Application on the Bond-Length Computation in the H2-Molecule”, International Journal of Molecular and Theoretical Physics 2(1), 1-10
Keywords:  H-atom-model; Electron-spin; H2-molecule; Bond-length computation; Bond strength

Thomas Allmendinger (2016): „Ein klassischer Ansatz für die De Broglie-Welle auf Basis des Bohr’schen H-Atom-Modells”, November 2016
Schlüsselwörter:  Quantenmechanik; Unschärfe-Relation; drei-dimensionale Elektronenbahnen; Elektronen-Oszillation
Allmendinger, De Broglie-Welle (Homepage).pdf

Thomas Allmendinger (2016): „A Classical Approach to the De Broglie-Wave Based on Bohr’s H-Atom-Model”, International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. Vol. 2, No.1, 2016; doi: 10.11648/j.ijamtp.20160201.11
Keywords:  Quantum-mechanics; Uncertainty-principle; Wave-Particle-Dualism; Three-Dimensional Electron-Trajectories; Electron-Oscillation; Resonance-Effect

In addition to the editor’s version, an improved version of the pdf-file is given here, exhibiting a clearer layout but without changing the text:
Allmendinger(2)_De Broglie Wave_IJAMTP.pdf

The first approach
Thomas Allmendinger: „A Revision of the H-Atom-Model of Bohr and De Broglie (BDB) and its Three Dimensional Modification”, drafted 2013-06-27
has been abandoned

The second approach, being substantially identical with the above quoted one, has been pre-published at this place March 2016, p.1-27