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Helium Proteon Proteus 2nd Connection

Helium Proteon Proteus 2nd Connection

As can be seen in the thumbnail, this Helium Proteon has an ExV = ¾c – 1h. The Proteon InV ¼c + 1h will bond with the Proteus ExV of ¼c + 2h because of the 1h movement of the ExV = ¾c – 1h Proteon to the ExV = ¾c – 2h Proteon within the ExV of ¼c + 2h Helium Proteus. This adds an additional 1h to the Proteon’s InV of ¼c + 1h. 

The External Velocity of the Helium Proteus must remain constant at ExV of ¼c + 2h. However, the Helium Proteus InV has two bands, one at ¾c – 2h and one at ¾c – 1h.  The InV of the Helium Proteon must reflect the ExV of the Helium Proteon at rest and when energized. at an InV of ¼c + 1h, and an ExV of ¾c – 1h, at 5250.5 kJ/mol.

 The Helium Proteon 2

Internal Velocity

External Velocity

¼c + 2h

¾c – 2h

¼c + 1h

¾c – 1h

The Helium Proteus 2

Internal Velocity

Externa Velocity

¾c – 2h

¼c +2h

¾c – 1h




c + 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 (at rest). In this case the Helium Proteon band intersects the Proteus at the point where the ExV = ¾c – 1h. This state is the Default Hydrogen state of the Helium atom and in this state Helium will measure 31 (pm).

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