The subatomic state of hydrogen is a new previously unknown state of hydrogen, predicted
on the basis of many years of theoretical research. These hydrogen atoms in bas 30-23_Неволин ic
condition are characterized by a more compact localization and, as experiments show, can contrib-
ute to the experimentally proven nuclear transmutation of elements, that makes it possible to create
new low-temperature nuclear energy sources without the use of radioactive materials.
Hydrogen in the subatomic state contributes to the maintenance and development of the natural
surroundings by participating in nuclear transmutations. Hydrogen subatoms can also play a signifi-
cant role in biological systems for the reproduction of elements necessary for growth and develop-
ment by transmutation of nuclei. In particular, new experiments have shown that hydrogen subatoms
initiate gamma radiation during photosynthesis in deciduous plants and yeast metabolism.
The collection of articles illustrates an approach based on solving a number of well-known
problems of quantum mechanics in the representation of probability density and comparing solutions
with the results of wave representation, that made it possible to eliminate a number of existing con-
tradictions and obtain several new results, including a description of hydrogen subatoms. This final
collection of articles hopefully reflects progress in understanding the subatomic state of hydrogen.
The collection of articles is intended for graduate students and young researchers who have
previously studied quantum mechanics, and who certainly want to work with the subatomic states