hello, this is my first post here. I am new not only to this site, but to quantum physics in general. this might be a 'dumb' question, but scouring the internet has not given me any useful answers. I have read that the position of an electron is 'erratic', so does a hydrogen atom have a frequency/ wavelength? If so, does it oscillate constantly? how could I determine the low/ high points on a hydrogen atom's wavelength when the electron is at ground state (i think thats the right terminology.. energy level 1 perhaps?). Is the radiation frequency related in any way to the natural frequencies of the atom? i guess that is enough for one sitting. if anyone has an idea of where i can go to find this information, pointing me in the right direction would be very much appreciated! thank you in advance, john.