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Is 1s electron of an element with Z>137 will have An imaginary energy? If so how

Is 1s electron of an element with Z>137 will have 
An imaginary energy? If so how

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
2 years ago
Dear student 
137 isn't the highest possible atomic number.
When quantum electrodynamics and a full interpretation of relativity are considered, there appears to be no set upper limit to the mass of an atomic nucleus, although things do start to get weird around N=173 or so
137 is based on a simplified atomic model. Quantum electrodynamics predicts strange effects at N=173+, but no hard cap. Inability to fully understand strong and weak nuclear forces will probably cause us to have to recompute all of this in the future

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