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- n. Alternative spelling of ground state.
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In short order we had recast the Rayleigh-Ritz variational theorem for the groundstate energy in terms of the density n (r) instead of the many electron wave function, leading to what is now called the Hohenberg Kohn (HK) variational principle.
Finally it occurred to me that for a single particle there is an explicit elementary relation between the potential v (r) and the density, n (r), of the groundstate.
Maybe under influence of solar UV light, we might recycle hydrino mass back to the usual hydrogen (groundstate n = 1) matter???
"We recognised, in our work in the 1970s and 80s, the potential for a sort of forcefield between a Rydberg atom and a groundstate [or normal] atom.
It is a flip in the groundstate of hydrogen-atoms, the electron (or is it the proton?