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Solutions to science's so much enduring questions from "Can I holiday the light-speed barrier like on Star Trek?" and "Is there existence on different planets?" to "What is empty house made of?"
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Phys. 3 1 , 765 (1925); see our A p p . l A . L. Heilborn, The Origins of the Exclusion Principlem Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences 1 3 , 261-310 (1983). 5) W. Pauli, Remarks on the History of the Exclusion Principlem 215 (1946). A: Excerpt from: Zeitschrift fur Physik, 31, 765 (1925) About the Relationship of the Closing of Electron Shells in Atoms with the Complex Structure of the Spectrum by W. Pauli jr. ) A b s t r a c t : In the description of the alkali doublets and their anomalous Zeeman effect by the relativistic Millikan-Lande formula, and also in results obtained in other work, there occurs a doubling of the quantum-theoretic properties of the valence electrons which is not describable classically.
From the assumed quantum-theoretic classification of the electrons it is clear t h a t the term multiplicity of the branching rule follows simply as a consequence of the constituent principle. According to the idea pro posed here, the Bohr "induction" is understood not as a violation of the Permanence of the Q u a n t u m Numbers by the coupling of the valence electrons to the core atom, but as the inherent doubling of the quantum-theoretic stationary states of the properties of the individual electrons in the atoms.
These are therefore in the closed state with rh3 = 0 and J = 0. I a b) One rip2 -electron and one Tip-electron. For the latter partial-subshell corresponding to the ^2-term of the alkalis, m3 can take four values ± j , d b | . These can combine directly with the already given values m3 = ± ^ of the first electron, since the two electrons are in different partial-subshells and are therefore not equivalent . We get mj ~ ( = = ± ~2'~2'2'2 (2 ±2, + 2)' ±1, J + ( "2'2 J ± ( 2 - 2 ^ ^ 2 ± 1 , 0, 0.