Hydrogen Proteon View

As can be seen in the thumbnail, the Hydrogen Proteon has an absolute external velocity (AEV) = ¾c – 1h and the Hydrogen Proteus has an absolute external velocity (AEV) = ¼c + 1h. The Hydrogen Proteon absolute internal velocity (AIV) = ¼c + 1h and the Hydrogen Proteus has an absolute internal velocity (AIV) = ¾c – 1h. The formula for 2 fundamental particles to bond into an element is shown below.

• The Proteus AEV must exactly equal the Proteon AIV, and, the Proteus AIV must exactly equal the Proteon AEV
• This bond begins at ¼c

The AEV of the Hydrogen Proteus remains constant in Hydrogen in that it’s AEV stays at ¼c + 1h, and, its AIV stays at ¾c – 1h. The AIV of the Hydrogen Proteon remains constant, until energy is applied to it and it is pushed by that energy  – 12.0 kJ/mol – from the Proteus, at an InV of ¼c + 1h, and an ExV of ¾c – 1h.

In this lowest possible, and only, energy state for Hydrogen the Ionization Potential to “ionize” would be 1312.0 kJ/mol.

The Hydrogen Proteon

 Internal Velocity External Velocity ¼c + 1h ¾c – 1h

The Hydrogen Proteus

 Internal Velocity External Velocity ¾c – 1h ¼c +1h

Totals

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In the Hydrogen “Proteon View”, at the top of this page, both the Proteon and the Proteus connect at ¾c + 1h InV and ExV. This view shows the approximate area where a ¼c + 1h Proteon may intersect with the ¼c + h Proteus.