This site describes a new model of atoms and molecules in terms of classical continuum mechanics in three space dimensions in the form of a free boundary problem for a system of partial differential equations in non-overlapping electron charge densities.
The new model is referred to as realQM (real quantum mechanics) as a model with interpretation in physical terms, to be compared with the model presented in books referred to as stdQM (standard quantum mechanics) with non-physical interpretation as particle statistics (according to the Copenhagen Interpretation by Bohr-Born-Heisenberg).
realQM is computable while stdQM is uncomputable. realQM has physical meaning while stdQM has a statistical non-physical meaning.
realQM combines simplicity, generality and physicality. The question is to what extent realQM describes true physics.
One may argue that macroscopic physics may be complex/random as consisting of many interacting microscopic pieces, while microscopic physics consisting of few pieces can only be simple/deterministic. With such a realQM perspective, the ground state of an atom is simple and leaves no door to the randomness of stdQM.
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