Chemistry emerges from the set of time independent energy states in quantum mechanics as condensed matter represented by the top half of the Roberts-Janet Nuclear Periodic Table while the lower half indicates the energy levels in the phase of plasma prior to fusion. There are no prescribed energy values as in the stable states â??t→0 so Heisenberg’s principle implies â??E is empirical not theoretical. As the energy states in matter move away from the nucleus at the order of 10-10 m to 10-8 m towards ionisation and classical physics they converge. â??x→0. Heisenberg’s principle implies an overlapping of states consistent with a variation in the filling of energy levels by electrons for n>2. Spatial variation becomes increasingly blurred given the shape form and density of each time independent wave function as predicted by quantum mechanics including quantum tunnelling and electron capture.