In atom, electron changes orbital by absorbing and releasing energy. Electrons can suddenly jump when energy is high but my question is: does actual path exist or not? And perhaps electron disappears from its orbit and some time later appears other orbit. Is it possible?
According to Heisenberg uncertainty principle, we can't find exactly position of an electron. Then can I tell that electron disappears for some time? If no, in which path does the electron cover the smallest distance from one orbital to another?