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do electrons move in a bond

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    Yes, particles, like electrons, are constantly moving at extremely high speeds. They vibrate, spiral around, and do all sorts of random movements. The only situation in which particles are not moving, is when they are at the temperature of absolute zero, which of course can never be reached.

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