Now let us see the atomic frames of the above three isotopes of hydrogen taking the Quaternion atomic model of QDE Theory as an index of reference. According to the axiom of QDE Theory, the isotope Protium+ atom consists of one particle of Earthron and three particles of Gasron. The particle Gasron being the basal element of space and having the disposition of motion by the impact of heat makes the Protium isotope eminently unstable in its existence. Owing to this very reason it is found in its transient survival domain in the perimeter orbital nature of earth where the milieu is extremely hot in nature due to ionization of elemental tumult. At this point, I must call attention to all my erudite readers that this is the point of emergence of the organization of orbital nature of the planet called earth due to neutron bombardment. All these have been well explicated in preceded research papers published on this website.

Now with this foremost qualifying baseline scholarship in hand let me harness your intentness on to the isotope Deuterium++ atom of elemental hydrogen. When taking the Quaternion atomic model as a baseline index of reference, the Deuterium atom embodies one particle of Earthron, two particles of Gasron and one particle of Heatron in its configuration. The particle Heatron in the Deuterium atom is accountable in triggering off an electric charge within the atomic framework and causes a minute wave function therein. This makes the Deuterium atom little more stable than its predecessor, the Protium atom. Owing to this very same reason, the Deuterium++ atom is found in the intermediate zone of orbital nature of earth as a coordinate system where the two tensor components called vector and scalar begin to exist without any function and produces no further effect i.e. in this zone of orbital nature the force of gravity is not found. This is the zone where the objects go into angular acceleration.

The last of the hydrogen isotope of natural existence is Tritium+++; the atomic configuration consists of one particle of Earthron, one particle of Gasron, one particle of Heatron and one particle of Glueron as its framework where the matrix formation of cosmic space is found as an established medium. This is the true-to-type model of Quaternion atomic lattice work of singular matrix of orbital nature where the forces of gravity and electromagnetic continue to operate. According to this explication, the Tritium isotope of hydrogen is found in the zone contiguity to earth. Therefore, what is inferred by all these scholarly explications is, the difference of wave function while establishing the symmetry model is the true cause of three hydrogen isotopes occurring in nature. The presence of three isotopes’ of hydrogen in the orbital nature can be taken as an index of demarcation of the orbit into three different zones surrounding the earth called Sanathdeva Murutenge Zones of Orbital Nature of Earth abbreviated SM-ZONE-1, SM-ZONE-2, and SM-ZONE-3 respectively.

The wave function of a gaseous element is not quantifiable thus the element of gasron in triplicate when present in the Quaternion atom it is considered as a pure hydrogen atom (H+1). The pure hydrogen is highly volatile in nature. According to Avogadro’s hypothesisan equal volumes of all gases contain equal numbers of molecules or atoms under the same conditions of temperature and pressure named after Count Amadeo Avogadro(1776-1856). Therefore, the Avogadro constant being the number of atoms or molecules in a mole of a substance, the Avogadro number of this gaseous pure hydrogen is high. Its radioactivity is negligible and is highly unstable, not found in the orbit contiguity to earth. According to QDE Theory, the pure hydrogen is found in upper perimeter orbital nature called SM-ZONE-1. The pure hydrogen or protium is asymmetric in nature at its fundamental level of elemental configuration and this uncertainty is due to the three integers present in the atomic configuration which is vulnerable to replacement by any other cosmic element but there is no triggering factor viz. the element of heatron in pure hydrogen. Therefore, in pure hydrogen or protium it is impossible to determine with accuracy both the position and the momentum simultaneously. This indeterminacy principle which was first stated by Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) is known as uncertainty principle.

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