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Speed of Electron in matter: [closed]

I'm trying to have a light on these questions: At what speed do the electrons orbits nucleus of an atom? Does the speed of electron vary at different shells or levels? Is that true what I heard,...
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What is the theory concerning gravitational atoms? [duplicate]

Imagine sometime in the distance future where the expansion of the Universe has created vast areas of empty space, light years wide. Imagine, say, a neutron and a neutrino bound together as a ...
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Atom Particles Relationships

I am an agriculture student, and we study tons of chemistry, and despite I took the exams I still have a good doubt on atoms. Through my studies I would say electrons are very tiny containers of ...
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How come subatomic particles interact with each other while not being in contact? [closed]

Although electrons stays away from protons an atom remains electrically neutral But two atoms one positively charged and another negatively charged remain so until they comes in contact. Can the ...
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How can Hydrogen show spectrum with only one orbital?

In Bohr model, we know that when an electron in Hydrogen atom goes to a lower orbital it emits some energy which is seen as spectrum. But my question is Hydrogen has only one electron in one orbital....
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Do electron really experience any repulsive force while attracted by proton compared to positron?

I read up that the reason 2 electrons with same energy states can be binded to the first orbital of a necleus is due to one electron having positive spin half and another having negative spin half ...
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Electrons and energy [duplicate]

I'm an a-level student. While studying quantum physics I came across this statement:"According to electromagnetic theory an accelerating charge emits energy". The bottom-line was that an electron (...

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