A cluster is a distortion of the chaining process. It is possible, that after the occurrence of a distortion, the chaining process continues. But it has to break it completely, because otherwise there would be some misshaped field lines, but no clusters. The next step is to identify the bricks of an element. Now there are 3 structures, a simply connection, an unbalanced junction and a sling with an escapement spinning string. There could be more structures. The quest hasn't finished yet.
The dynamics of the twisted strings is more complex than the dynamics of the wave particle. The most crucial enhancement is, that there are two different kinds of junctions, an unbalanced one and a sling.
[A] moving undisturbed at the speed of light. Usually twisted string are trapped together to chains, but every twisted string could also be a junction.
[B] . Each link as one or two chained and full spinning binding partners. The whole chain with each link is moving at the speed of light. The chain acts like a single particle. Each link could be a junction, if another particle will be attached. If one link is caught by an escapement spinning string, the whole chain starts spinning and stops moving.
[C1] The contains three twisted strings and needs further bindings to be stable. Without this stabilisation they fall apart. The stable structure for three trapped strings is [C2].
All three twisted strings are fully spinning. Because of thethe spinning of the is unbalanced.
[C2] and . One binding to a sling. It doesn't add a momentum to the cluster and therefore allow uneven clusters of twisted strings.
Theis fully spinning like , while the is just spinning half and then has to switch the spinning direction.
The escapement spinning string and the connected sling [C2] is the most crucial structure of the twisted string theory. Usually interactions between twisted strings aren't likely. The escapement spinning string is the opposite. This structure is involved with nearly every interaction.
Hydrogen is a chain of two twisted strings and a rotating twisted string [A]. The rotating twisted string acts like a binding to a cluster. The connected string can't move and is oscillating [B].
Because only one twisted string is rotating while the others are oscillating and only one twisted string has two binding while the other have just one, all twisted strings have a different shape.
Because of the rotating string hydrogen interacts with field lines. The motion of the chain is disturbed and the links are also beginning to rotate [C]. The interaction between hydrogen and a magnetic field follows the Zeeman effect