With the evolvement of composite motive force of the cosmic space called the Quaternion atom of Quantum Dynamical Evolution Theory of Sanathdeva Murutenge, abbreviated QDE Theory, the elemental synthesis of carbon (C), nitrogen (N) and oxygen (O) have been accounted with relation to plasma confinement of earth’s’ orbital nature in the preceded research paper published on this website. The last of the cosmic element remaining to be debated is the elemental hydrogen symbolized as ‘H’.
According to the available knowledge base of the periodicity of elements, the hydrogen occupies the first place because its proton number being one. It is said to be the flimsiest and quantity wise teeming element of the cosmic space that accounts for three-fourth of elemental mass. The cosmologists have found hydrogen in its plasma state in the perimeter orbital nature and according to them, the atomic form of hydrogen is neutral in dynamics owing to coupling of the proton with an electron in the nucleus by Coulomb force. As stated by theoretical physicists, the hydrogen atom being neutral and not a compound is hypothetically taken to interpret the Schrodinger equation, the wave equation used in wave mechanics to describe the behavior of a particle in a field of force. In the year 1926 the Austrian-born physicist Erwin Schrodinger who formulated this equation explicates how the discrete units of a physical system transit along with time. It is the foundation for de Broglie’s hypothesis that every moving particle is associated with a wave of wavelength/mv where h is the Plank constant and m and v are mass and velocity of the particle. This led to the replacement of Newtonian mechanics by a system of mechanics as a method of interpreting physical phenomena of energy and matter occurring on a very small scale, later to become popular as Quantum mechanics. At this juncture, I should emphasize to my readers’ that my intend of doing this research paper is not to expostulate on facts known to the world scientists at large but to work on a new abstraction that may lead us to a different dimension of this field of study.
Now let me take you to the first part of the contention of this research paper i.e. how the QDE Theory explicates the cosmic formation of elemental hydrogen in earth’ orbital nature.
According to the existing knowledge base, the chemical element of hydrogen exists in three naturally occurring isotopic forms viz. Protium H+1, Deuterium H+2 and Tritium H+3, the most plentiful isotope being the Protium. Apart from the above mentioned three forms of isotopes, there are few more forms of hydrogen (Hydrogen4, Hydrogen5, Hydrogen6, and Hydrogen7) which do not come under the purview of this research paper owing to the fact that they are not innate to the orbit.