Subject: Can the orbit of an electron be influenced by another proximal electron?
Date: Tue Mar 14 23:11:50 2000
Posted by Jason Skinner
Grade level: undergrad
School: Wichita State University
City: Wichita State/Province: Kansas
Area of science: Physics
I would like to know if an electron could be influenced by another proximal electron. Using Hydrogen (a single in this
hypothetical case) as a example, is the spherical orbit (probability cloud) of the e- "pushed" to the opposite side of a
Re: Can the orbit of an electron be influenced by another proximal electron?
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