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ShivaniMemberJune 21, 2021 at 9:44 am::
An electron is at his job, able to work in much the same way as in a stretched string. The Plant is a three-dimensional cloud of a wave function that is vibrating. As the string vibrates up and down, and the months and the electronic wave function simply makes a strong or weak. The rate at which the wave function of an electron back-and-forth, which is directly proportional to the total energy of the electron. The electrons in an atom, the states with higher energy and vibrate faster. Because the electron is a quantum object with the flowing characteristics, the need to always vibrate at a particular frequency. For an electron in order to stop the trembling, and, therefore, to have zero velocity, it needs to be destroyed. In an atom, this can occur when an electron is in the nucleus, and is part of a nuclear chain reaction, which is known as electron capture.