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anonymous

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explain electron cloud probability density cloud

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  1. anonymous
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    Your question is too ungrammatical. You say the word cloud twice. Explain to me further what you mean...

  2. anonymous
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    Imagine that you have a circle. There are about ten people (or any number) in this circle and they move around in this circle randomly. However, if you remark all positions that people are in over a period of time. You found that there are some are areas that people move to very much and other areas they rarely move to. Let a circle is a sphere, you have probability cloud of electron.

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