Quantum Transition

Discontinuous transitions of a quantum system (an atom, a molecule, an atomic nucleus, a solid) from one state to another. The most important are quantum transitions between stationary states that correspond to different energies of the quantum system—the quantum transitions of a system from one energy level to another. During a transition from a higher energy level εk to a lower level the system releases the energy εk–εi and during the reverse transition, absorbs it. [The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979)], Quantum Transitions (external link)

See Also

15.18 - Keelys Process for Liberating Ether from Water wherein Keely describes transitions from molecular to atomic to etheric (plasma) states.
Subdivision
Transformation
Transmutation


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