Theory of Atom Formation

Mustapha Umar Abdullahi *

Department of Pharmacy, General Hospital Tambuwal, Sokoto, Nigeria.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


The theory’s aim is to explain the ideal science of atom formation. In the process of building atom by subatomic particles, at initial stage, both the positive and negative charged particles must make contact with neutrally charged particles in separate each and form posneu and negneu contacts respectively. With the aid of aiding factor(s), each contact will undergo massive leading movement of particles to form protal zone and electral zone for posneu and negneu contacts respectively. The neutral zone forms between the above mention zones. The interaction among all the three zones will bring about the formation of neutralia which further affected by electromagnetic force to participate in nuclear formation. When nucleus formed, changes and transformations of neutral zone will continue happening in sequential order of orbatalia, orba thread, orba and shell. After the arrangement of electrons, the resultant structural material is called atom.

Keywords: Positive particles, negative particles, neutral particles, posneu contact, negneu contact, protal zone, electral zone, neutral zone, neutralia, nucleus, nucleosynthesis, orbatalia, orba thread, orba, shell, atom

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Abdullahi, M. U. (2022). Theory of Atom Formation. Physical Science International Journal, 26(7), 42–47.


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