They do not rotate around the nucleus in any traditional sense. The analogy to planets rotating around the sun is just not very accurate. Electrons in atoms have motions which are characterized by a set of quantum numbers. These quantum numbers say things about their probable location, their energy level, and their momentum.Originally posted by vasanadj@Apr 23 2006, 03:31 PM
i know thw basic atomic theory, but i want how the electrons rotate around protons&newtrons. why the negative charge electron attach to the nucles any suggestions please give me ......
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