**Journal of Modern Physics**

Vol.06 No.13(2015), Article ID:60302,5 pages

10.4236/jmp.2015.613179

Ferromagnetic Calculation of Terbium Dysprosium and Holmium with Polyhedron Electron Shell

Zilong Kong

Wufangfa Computer Technology Service Department, Guangzhou, China

Email: kongzl@oceanmining.org

Copyright © 2015 by author and Scientific Research Publishing Inc.

This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution International License (CC BY).

Received 17 September 2015; accepted 12 October 2015; published 15 October 2015

ABSTRACT

Based on the regular polyhedron model of multi-electronic atom combined with the Bohr hypothesis, the following supposition is put forward: the electron momentum multiplied by the inscribed sphere radius of edges of each regular polyhedron is equal to the Planck constant. The relationship between saturation magnetization rates and Planck constants is determined, and the ferromagnetism of atoms is obtained from regular dodecahedron and regular hexahedron. Then, terbium, dysprosium, and holmium saturation magnetization rate are obtained from electronic regular polyhedron configuration. Derivation of matter wave formula is from thermodynamics, avoiding over speed of light.

**Keywords:**

Atomic Structure, Regular Polyhedron Electron Shell, Ferromagnetism of Terbium Dysprosium and Holmium, Matter Wave Formula

1. Introduction

Niels Bohr presented three assumptions in 1913: steady state assumption, quantized track hypothesis, and Bohr frequency condition [1] -[3] . Thus, the model of the hydrogen atom was established, and hydrogen spectrum was explained. The literature [4] presented and established the regular polyhedron model of multi-electronic atom, and the magnetism of iron, cobalt and nickel was explained with regular dodecahedron. This article combines quantized track hypothesis and regular polyhedron model, presents an assumption, and explains the ferro- magnetism of terbium, dysprosium, and holmium.

2. Electronic Angular Momentum on Edge of Regular Polyhedron

Page 7 of literature [4] presents the velocity of electron on regular dodecahedron shell of iron atom, c is velocity of light. The atom radius of iron, namely, the circumscribed sphere radius of regular dodecahedron, is. is the radius of inscribed sphere of edge, , and is electron mass. After the calculation, , which is equal to Planck constant. is similar to Bohr postulates. This con- clusion can be extended to all regular polyhedron electron shells by regular dodecahedron. Thus, the following assumption is presented:

(1)

In this study, is the inscribed sphere radius of edge of various regular polyhedron.

3. Magnetic Moment of Regular Dodecahedron

Formula (13) on page 6 of literature [4] demonstrates that in terms of regular dodecahedron, is the magnetic moment of each electron, and is the magnetic moment of each electron shell:

(2)

Formula (2) on page 3 of literature [4] demonstrates that is the radius of the circular electric current, which is the radius of electron circular motion, e is quantity of electric charge:

(3)

For regular dodecahedron, a is the edge length of regular dodecahedron, which is the side length of regular pentagon:

(4)

is the inscribed sphere radius of edge of regular dodecahedron:

(5)

By using Formula (1) to Formula (5) in this paper, the following is obtained:

(6)

can be determined by the saturation magnetization. Thus, Formula (6) agrees with Planck’s constant and saturation magnetization rate link.

4. Magnetic Moment of Regular Hexahedron

For regular hexahedron, a is the edge length of regular hexahedron, which is the side length of square:

(7)

is the inscribed sphere radius of edge of regular hexahedron:

(8)

For regular hexahedron (see Figure 1), only A and B two face contribute to magnetic moment, is the magnetic moment of each electron shell:

(9)

By using Formulas (1), (3), (7), (8), and (9), the following is obtained:

Figure 1. Motion of electron on regular hexahedron, electrons in both A and B two face directions are same.

(10)

(11)

5. Saturation Magnetization Rate of Terbium, Dysprosium, and Holmium

The following is presented from Formula (6):

(12)

Table 19.5/1 from literature [5] provides the experimental values of the saturation magnetization rate of ferromagnetic elements, in which, the effective magneton number of dysprosium is 10.20, holmium is 10.34, terbium is 9.24, and iron is 2.21:

where is the ratio of saturated magnetization that extrapolated to, is molar molecule mass, is Avogadro’s number, and is Bohr magneton.

Page 18 of literature [4] indicates that the electronic configuration of dysprosium is 2, 8, 12, 6, 12, 6, 12, 6, 2, whereas holmium is 2, 8, 12, 6, 12, 6, 12, 6, 3. Regular dodecahedron and regular hexahedron contribute to ferromagnetic. Three regular dodecahedrons and three regular hexahedrons exist, and the magnetic moment of each atom is

(13)

According to Section 26.3 of literature [5] , Bohr magneton can be expressed as follows:

(14)

By using Formula (11) to Formula (14), the theoretical value of of dysprosium and holmium is obtained:

(15)

The electronic configuration of terbium is 2, 8, 12, 6, 12, 6, 12, 4, 3. Three regular dodecahedrons and two regular hexahedrons exist, and the magnetic moment of each atom is

(16)

By using Formulas (11) to (14) and Formula (16), the theoretical value of of terbium is obtained:

(17)

In addition, the electron shell of iron only has one regular dodecahedron. By using Formula (12) and Formula (14), the theoretical value of of iron is obtained:

(18)

The comparison of the value of each theory value and the above experimental value indicates that the difference is small. If the paramagnetic or diamagnetic effect of other electron shell is considered, error will be smaller.

6. Derived Matter Wave Formula from Thermodynamics

In Bohr Theory, the quantum number of each electron shell is increasing, , while the quantum number of each shell in this paper is the same and equal to 1,. The formula of the matter wave is derived from the thermodynamics and the problem is explained by the degree of freedom below. De Broglie in the derivation of the formula for the matter wave [6] [7] , used the phase velocity of an over speed of light, , the following derivation is not.

From the formula of thermodynamics, is average energy, f is the degree of freedom of electron, k is the Boltzmann constant, T is the temperature then the kinetic energy of electron

(19)

See page 10 of literature [4] , the magneton do the work is, it is equal to the photon energy, h is Planck constant, is the frequency of photon,

(20)

From the above two formula, get

(21)

For multi shell of electrons, s is the number of shell, the energy is divided equally by s shell,

(22)

Electronic is a wave, also is the frequency of electronic movement, is the wavelength of the electron,

(23)

Resonance condition, r is the radius of electron circular motion.

(24)

When the number of electron shell is equal to the number of the main quantum number, ,

(25)

The numerical range of degrees of freedom:. Contrast Bohr hypothesis, , in the ground state of the multi electron shell, n can be equal to 1.

7. Conclusion

In the regular polyhedron, the inscribed circle of regular polygon of edges is the electronic orbit. The radius of inscribed sphere of edges is the distance of edges to the center and is the electrons to the nucleus distances but not electronic circular motion radius. By assuming that the electron momentum multiplied by the inscribed sphere radius of edges of each regular polyhedron is equal to the Planck constant, the relationship between the saturation magnetization rates and Planck constants is obtained. The ferromagnetism of atoms is from regular dodecahedron and regular hexahedron. Then, according to the electronic regular polyhedron configuration, ter- bium, dysprosium, and holmium saturation magnetization rate are obtained. Matter wave formula can be derived from the thermodynamics.

Cite this paper

ZilongKong, (2015) Ferromagnetic Calculation of Terbium Dysprosium and Holmium with Polyhedron Electron Shell. *Journal of Modern Physics*,**06**,1776-1780. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.613179

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