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Advanced Theory Resources
Resources for studying The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics.
Atomic Physics  Molecular Physics  Collective Phenomena...
View the complete book: The
Grand Unified Theory of Classical Physics August 2011 Edition by Dr. Randell
L. Mills.

Atomic Physics
Classical Physics (CP) model of the structure of the electron and the photon used to solve atoms and their states and the subsequent closedform solutions of the fundamental experiments of atomic physics. 
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Atomic Physics Slideshow (PDF)
View the book: Volume
1: Atomic Physics
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Exact
Classical Quantum Mechanical Solutions for Atomic Helium Which Predicts
Conjugate Parameters from a Unique Solution for the First Time  R.L. Mills, Physics Essays, Vol. 21(2), (2008),
103–141.
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The
Fallacy of Feynman's Argument on the Stability of the Hydrogen Atom
According to Quantum Mechanics  R.L. Mills, Annales de la
Fondation Louis de Broglie, Vol. 30, No. 2, (2005), pp. 129151.
Exact
Classical Quantum Mechanical Solutions for One Through TwentyElectron
Atoms R.L. Mills, Physics Essays,
Vol. 18, No. 3, September, (2005), pp. 321–361.
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Classical
Quantum Mechanics  R. Mills, Physics Essays, Vol. 16,
No. 4, December (2003), pp. 433498.
Physical
Solutions of the Nature of the Atom, Photon, and Their Interactions
to Form Excited and Predicted Hydrino States  R. Mills, Physics Essays, 20, (2007) 403

Molecular Physics
The solution of the 26 parameters of hydrogen molecular ions and molecules from two basic equations, one to calculate geometric parameters and the other to calculate energies, and the extension of these results to solve the majority of the important functional groups of chemistry that serve as building blocks to give the exact solutions of the majority of possible molecules and compositions of matter. 
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Physics Slideshow (PDF)
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2: Molecular Physics
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Molecules
and Functional Groups Archive (ZIP,
9.2MB)
Complete collection of Excel files (1,600+ files) used to solve
molecules and functional groups using the GUTCP.
Bond
Angles Archive (ZIP, 2MB)
Complete collection of Excel files (900+ files) used to solve
bond angles using the GUTCP.
Bond
Moments Archive (ZIP, 265KB)
Collection of Excel files used to solve bond moments of major
set of functional groups.
Alkali F and Cl
Alkali Hydrides
Alkali Metals
Alkyl Aluminum
Amino Acids
Aspirin
Boron Functional Groups
Carbon Allotropes
Condensed Matter Physics
Di and Poly Atomic Molecules
DNA Functional Groups
Ge, Pb, As, Sb, Bi, Functional Groups
H2+ and H2 Excited States
RDX
Silicon Functional Groups
Tin
Transition Metal Coordinate Compounds and Organometallics
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Molecular
Summary Tables (PDF)
Molecules Solved by Millsian Compared to Experimental Values.
Partial
List of Organic Functional Groups Solved by Classical Physics (PDF)
Partial
List of Additional Molecules and Compositions of Matter Solved by
Classical Physics (PDF)
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Total Bond Energies of Exact Classical Solutions of Molecules Generated by Millsian 1.0 Compared to Those Computed Using Modern 321G and 631G* Basis Sets  R.L. Mills, B. Holverstott, W. Good, N. Hogle, A. Makwana  07/23/09
Millsian 2.0: A Molecular Modeling Software for Structures, Charge Distributions and Energetics of Biomolecules, W. Xie, R.L. Mills, W. Good, A. Makwana, B. Holverstott, N. Hogle, Physics Essays, 24 (2011) pp. 200212.
The Nature of the Chemical Bond Revisited and an Alternative Maxwellian Approach  R.L. Mills, Physics Essays, Vol. 17, No. 3, September (2004), pp. 342389.
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Collective Phenomena, High Energy Physics & Cosmology (with appendices)
Collective phenomena such as the basis of the statistical thermodynamic relationships and superconductivity, the basic forces and structure of matter on the nuclear scale and the cosmological ramifications of CP such as the identity of absolute space that unifies all frames of reference, solves the nature of the gravitational and inertial masses and their equivalence, gives the derivation of Newton's second law, and solves the origin of gravity, the families and masses of fundamental particles, and largescale features and dynamics of the universe including the prediction of the current acceleration of the cosmic expansion and the absence of time dilation in redshifted quasars. The central enigmas of quantum mechanics mainly regarding the waveparticle duality are also resolved classically. 
View the Collective
Phenomena... Slideshow
View the book: Volume
3: Collective Phenomena.... (Includes Appendices)
View relevant papers:
Classical
Quantum Mechanics  R. Mills, Physics Essays, Vol. 16,
No. 4, December (2003), pp. 433498.
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