I understand that the concept of a atom resembling a solar system is disregarded as being untrue because this is based on the Bohr model which doesn't represent how an electron would actually appear in its probability cloud. However, would it be possible that if there were an observer on the electron that From it's observable plane it might orbit on a given plane from its perspective given how bizzare things get at the quantum level?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

From a regular Joe with just a tenuous grasp on the mere basics.

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# B Understanding the probability cloud?

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