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Why Quantum Jump Essay

By Huang, Cres

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Reproduction Date: 12/24/2016

Title: Why Quantum Jump Essay  
Author: Huang, Cres
Volume:
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science
Collection: Authors Community
Subcollection: Science
Historic
Publication Date:
2016
Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Cres Huang

Description
Atomic electron transition appears leaping from one energy level to another. The issue is, atomic particles are too small and too fast for our detectors to recognize their action and identity. I believe it is due to the sensors can only detect and register the repeated trajectory. Particle would have to revolving on the same orbit long enough. Otherwise, it would not trigger the reaction of the detectors. Transitional trajectory is short, and it does not repeat. It can not be detected, hence, jump.

Summary
Certainly, a sudden significant increase of energy in the environment could force the electron to rapidly ascent, or vice versa. However, I believe it's inertia would try to preserve the angular momentum and limit it from jumping straight. Instead it's a smooth spiral trajectory before reaching the new energy level that is balanced with the environment. Then, it would stay on new orbit if the environment remains unchanged. It disappears when it is moving at transition trajectory, then it can be detected again by our sensors when it's trajectory stabilized. I believe the jump is the result of the blindness of the detectors not the nature phenomenon. Particles are light-speed able beings. Consider one second of light beam is about 300,000 km long. One nanosecond of light beam is about 30 centimeters, 11.81 inches. Hasn't the particle translated, instead of jump, a vast distance at one nanosecond?

Excerpt
Inertia of particle would resist any sudden jump. Quantum jump is likely be the blind-spot of the observer. Electron would have to revolving on the same orbit long enough. Otherwise, it would not trigger the reaction of the detectors. We are unable to see it's transition trajectory. Hence, jump.

Table of Contents
Introduction 2 Quantum Jump 3 Summary 4 Appendix 4.1 Event and Information References

 

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