The proton is about 1.6–1.7 fm in diameter.
Quoted from Wikipedia.
That is,The proton just occupies a definite volume or a definite space. But I can't find the radius of an electron in Wikipedia. Can I infer from this that Electron does not have a definite volume.
If Electron and the rest of sub-atomic particles don't have a definite volume, Then why their composition does so?
Do the uncertainty in position of a particle restricts to decide the volume of the particle too?
I just found a website which says that the electron is spherical!
A 10-year study has revealed that the electron is very spherical indeed. To be precise, the electron differs from being perfectly round by less than 0.000000000000000000000000001 cm. To put that in context; if an electron was the size of the solar system, it would be out from being perfectly round by less than the width of a human hair.
Source : wired.co.uk
Is Volume in the quantum scale definable?