Microwave background radiation of hydrogen atoms

G. P. Shpenkov, Leonid G. Kreidik


We show that the microwave background radiation, observed in Cosmos, apparently, is the zero-level (background) radiation of all atoms in the Universe. This radiation naturally originates from the dynamic model of microparticles, where the hydrogen atom is regarded as a paired proton-electron system with the binary wave spherical-cylindrical field. Optical spectrum of the exited H-atom and background radiation-absorption spectrum of the H-atom, being in equilibrium with the wave field-space of the Universe, are derived here on the basis of such a model.


background radiation, atomic spectra; hydrogen atom; cosmology

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