waves..or particles..?? I didnt really get when people say that electrons are "waves" .. when we say like "shape of an "s" orbital is spherical...and shape of "p" orbital is a dumbbell and so on.." we actually wanted to show that the surface of an s orbital some how describes the the trajectory of an electron.. well i know electrostatics..so can I conclude that those surfaces are "equipotential surfaces" for they have a constant magnitude of energy ...?? well..i'm really dumbstruck when my friends argue about the electrons that they re sometimes waves and sometimes particles... I wonder if an electron were a particle like how they teach in classical physics, will it have dimensions..like if someone says a "particle" the immediate figure that comes in our mind is of a "spherical billiard ball" which is very much a sphere with some radius.. If we take a piece of a metal and we zoom a part of it with a highly powerful microscope, then can we see electrons ..? what is quantum physics all about..? and what does it has to do with these things..? like Heisenberg principle.. HOW can a particle on very high velocity have wave nature..?????