It is previously found that the two-dimensional (2D) electron-pair in a homogeneous magnetic field has a set of exact solutions for a denumerably infinite set of magnetic fields. Here we demonstrate that as a function of magnetic field a band-like structure of energy associated with the exact pair states exists. A direct and simple connection between the pair states and the quantum Hall effect is revealed by the band-like structure of the hydrogen “pseudo-atom”. From such a connection one can predict the sites and widths of the integral and fractional quantum Hall plateaus for an electron gas in a GaAs-AlxGa1−x
As heterojunction. The results are in good agreement with the existing experimental data.