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In other words, why don't electrons slow down? Also, why don't the electrons get sucked into the nucleus (Surely it's not the centrifugal force that keeps them separated)? And the same thing applies to the planets. What keeps the planets spinning at approximately the same speed and holds them out from the sun? Is the same force involved? Does the nucleus have a gravity like the sun? These might be simple questions but I can't find or figure out the answers. Thanks in advance.
Re: What force keeps electrons spinning?
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