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respected sir, aren't the laws of quantum mechanics violated in the k-electron capture? uncertainty principle shows that an electron can not exist inside a nuclues because of its very large energy. if this is the case, how can an electron enter nucleus at all? it is alright that it does not exist in free electron form inside the nucleus as it forms a neutron by combining with a proton but how can it enter a nucleus at all? please help me understand the process. thanking u. yours, paresh pandya


respected sir,
  aren't the laws of quantum mechanics violated in the k-electron capture? uncertainty principle shows that an electron can not exist inside a nuclues because of its very large energy. if this is the case, how can an electron enter nucleus at all? it is alright that it does not exist in free electron form inside the nucleus as it forms a neutron by combining with a proton but how can it enter a nucleus at all? please help me understand the process.
thanking u.
                                               yours,
                                                 paresh pandya 


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