chapter  Chapter 5
Corpuscular-Wave Processes
WithG. A. Korablev
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Two principles of adding energy characteristics of structural interactions are fulfilled if the process flows either along the potential gradient or against it. Transforming these rules onto the corpuscular-wave dualism, we can assume that corpuscular interactions flow along the potential gradient (principle of adding reciprocals of energies), and wave processes—against the potential gradient (principle of algebraic addition of energies). Such approach is confirmed by the empiric equation, in which the act of quantum action is narrowed to the energy redistribution in the system “particle-wave.”

It is demonstrated that the angular vector of rotational–translation motion of electrons at quantum transitions changes in compliance with the quantum number of the square tangent of this angle.