**Background Radiation of Hydrogen Atoms**

According to the **
Dynamic Model**
of elementary particles, the hydrogen atom, as a paired proton-electron system,
represents by itself the stable wave system of the longitudinal-transversal
structure. The wave *exchange *(interaction) takes place continuously
between the *longitudinal* (*spherical*) wave field of the proton and
*transversal* (*cylindrical*) wave field of the orbiting electron (as
is described in the paper **
On the Spectral Terms
of H-atom**). This exchange has the dynamically equilibrium
character and runs at the frequency
.

The stable states of the H-atom form, in such an exafrequency wave field, the
*spectrum of dynamically stationary states* defined by
characteristic values of arguments of Bessel functions:

,
where
,

and generate the **
Background Spectrum
of Zero Level Radiation**

(both spectra are described in details in the book
**
Atomic Structure of Matter-Space**,
2001), where ,
, . are Bessel functions;
*z*_{r,s}, *z*_{p,m}, . are zeros of Bessel functions;
the subscripts *p*, *q*, *r* indicate the order of Bessel
functions and *m*, *n*, *s* - the number of the root. The last
defines the number of the radial shell. Zeros of Bessel functions define the
radial shells with zero values of radial displacements (oscillations), *i.e*.,
shells of stationary states. The quantity
is the constant equal to
the oscillation amplitude at the sphere of the wave radius
(*m*_{p} is
the proton mass; *r*_{0} is the Bohr radius; *h* is the Planck
constant, *R* is the Rydberg constant).

An estimation of perturbation of the most probable stationary
state (*n* = 1) leads to the following result. The zero of the second
**
kinetic shell** is
; hence, at
and
, we arrive at

.

This wavelength is within the extremum of the spectral
density of black-body radiation of the absolute temperature

,

where is
the **
fundamental period-quantum**.
The temperature obtained practically coincides with the temperature of "relict"
**
background measured by NASA's**
Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) Far Infrared Absolute Spectrophotometer (FIRAS)
to four significant digits ().

The existence of the zero level radiation of H-atoms *
questions the Big Bang hypothesis *of the origin of the Universe (in support
of the conclusion made, *e.g*., by A.K.T. Assis and M.C.D. Neves in
**
their work** of 1995) and
quantum mechanical **
probabilistic atomic model**,
which excludes an electron's orbital motion *along a trajectory* as a
matter of principle.

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