When we see atoms under an electron microscope, what exactly are we seeing? I mean, these spheres that we know as atoms are electron clouds and that is what we are seeing, am I right?
Can you please explain to me, how exactly our eyes are able to see those spheres that we know as atoms? Like photons are hitting those constantly moving electrons and then they reflect back and hit the retina of our eyes where it gets absorbed. That’s fine. But I want to know, how exactly photons are interacting with those constantly moving electrons of an atom of an object from which they are being reflected?