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WHY ELECTRON MOVING AROUND NUCLEUS IN A ATOM. IN MORE THAN ONE ELECTRON IN A ORBITAL, MOVING ELECTRON OVERLAP POSSIBLE

WHY ELECTRON MOVING AROUND NUCLEUS IN A ATOM.


IN MORE THAN ONE ELECTRON IN A ORBITAL, MOVING ELECTRON OVERLAP POSSIBLE

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Ritvik Gautam
85 Points
9 years ago

Based on experments performed by Bohr, Thomson and many other, they have come to the conclusion that electrons revolve around nucleous containing the neutrons and protons.

No, two electrons in one orbit cannot overlap, as these orbits are de-generate orbits, having same energy, so one can say that the circular distance between two electrons is always constant!

 

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