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Canute

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As I understand it electrons do not have a size as such, but rather have a certain finite probability of occupying a particular volume of space. Does this entail that an electron has a finite probability of being a point particle and also a finite possibility of being infinitely extended (or non-local)? If so, is it correct to say that an unobserved electron is a superposition of all its possible size-states, up to and including these two extreme states?