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Helium proteus intersected by the Helium Proteon

Helium Proteon Proteus first connection


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In the Helium “Proteon View” above both the Proteon and the Proteus connect at ¾c + 2h InV and ExV. This view shows the approximate area where a ¾c + 2h ExV Proteon may intersect with the ¼c + 2h Proteus.

There are 2 primary isotopes for Helium. One isotope is Helium – 3, which is a relatively uncommon isotope for Helium. The other Isotope, and far more common and stable, is the Helium – 4 isotope.

  • Potential I:    2372.3 kJ/mol would equate to Proteon: ¾ c – 2h à Helium
  • Potential II:   5250.5 kJ/mol would equate to Proteon: ¾ c – 1h à Hydrogen Helium

In the thumbnail the Helium Proteon has an ExV = ¾c – 2h and the Helium Proteus has an ExV = ¼c + 2h. The Helium Proteon InV = ¼c + 2h and the Helium Proteus has an InV = ¾c – 2h.

In this lowest possible energy state for Helium the Ionization Potential to move to the next energy level would be 2372.3 kJ/mol.

 The Helium Proteon

Internal Velocity

External Velocity

¼c + 2h

¾c – 2h

¼c + 1h

¾c – 1h

The Helium Proteus

Internal Velocity

Externa Velocity

¾c – 2h

¼c +2h

¾c – 1h





  • Proteon ExV =    Proteus InV
  • Proteon InV =     Proteus ExV
  • Proteon + Proteus ExV = c
  • Proteon + Proteus InV = c

The measure of Atomic Radii is determined by where the Proteon band intersects the Proteus. In this case the Helium Proteon band intersects the Proteus at the point where the ExV = ¾c – 2h. Though this is the lowest energy band, this is not the Hydrogen band for Helium. Helium will default to the Hydrogen band.

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