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Just how small is an atom?

Just how small is an atom?

(5:28) It's amazing how something so small can blow your mind. School science teacher Jonathan Bergmann with easy to visualise metaphors. TED-Ed 2012.

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Filmaddict Filmaddict (1548 days ago)
Latest comment: Fascinating, but one thing he didn't get right! Electrons don't orbit around the nucleus, it's a mathematical function to demonstrate the probability of electrons being in a certain area around the nucleus aka orbitals!
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Latest comment: Fascinating, but one thing he didn't get right! Electrons don't orbit around the nucleus, it's a mathematical function to demonstrate the probability of electrons being in a certain area around the nucleus aka orbitals!
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