Say we have a normal potassium atom. It is understood that its electron configuration is
This configuration contains the energy levels, orbital types and electron orientations of a potassium atom. However, even though it is clear in numbers and words, would it be possible to visualize a realistic potassium atom? Upon research online, I found that currently used education models are all Bohr models, which aren't accurate in the depiction of electron orbitals (they are actually electron clouds with varying density). This is especially true when visualizing different electron orbital levels and the spins of individual electrons.
I understand that the Bohr model is clearer for educational purposes. However, it can be very misleading when you get into the nooks and crannies of quantum configuration.
Thanks a lot!