Correct me if i'm wrong but i think in quantum mechanics there are times when the charge of an electron is spread out in the area where its positon is uncertin, such has a ground state hydrogen atom. And there are times when even though the electrons position is unknown over a certin area the charge is not spread over the whole area but is modeled to be in a more certin spot. Such has when you have two protons and one electron that is equaly likely to be orbiting both of them, The protons don't repell each other because the electrons charge is only on one of them and not evenly spread betwen the two. So am I right in saying that sometimes an elecrons charge is spread out over the area were its position is uncertin and somtimes its not? If so what determines if its the former or the latter?