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Not True For All Atoms

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Posted by pmb on February 26, 2000 20:27:15 UTC

re - I explained it acurately and well. He wasn't asking about blah blah blah...

What he asked was ..what stops the electron from falling on the nucleus of the atom?

Generaly they don't. That is an excpetional case and it doesn't happen for all atoms. The answer I gave explains what the questioner wanted to know. So why flame it?

Can't you leave well enough alone?

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