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Grade: 11

                        

When we consider an atom of any element electrons are revolving around nucleus because of force of attraction my question is that why they don`t collide with each other. Is there any other attractive similar force acting on that electron so that it revolves around nucleous and not collide with it.

When we consider an atom of any element electrons are revolving around nucleus because of force of attraction my question is that why they don`t collide with each other. Is there any other attractive similar force acting on that electron so that it revolves around nucleous and not collide with it.

4 years ago

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
							
Actually that is the olimitation of Rutherford’s model as it eventually after losing its energy it would finally fall to nucleus. But diesn’t happens.
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There are actually orbits in which electrons are used to revolve around the nucleus .
Secondly the force of attraction du to nucleus to elctron is also the major fact.
4 years ago
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