Theres something that bothers me, We claim that electron is a point particle.From that,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Can we assume the volume the electron is ##(l_{h})^3## ( where ##l_h## is planck lenght ) ?

We know that every information can be described in bits like volume is ##(l_{h})^3## so, In every bit of volume theres one information or electron, or electrons size must be larger then that (still point like) but much more larger then##(l_{h})^3## ?

Thanks

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