Is an electron a particle or a wave? The answer is found! An electron is twisted into a spiral.
Why does an electron easily transfer from a particle state to a wave and vice versa?
As it is known, in the material world an electron can exist in two states at the same time: as a particle and as a wave.
It can appear immediately in different places, according to quantum physics.
Leaving or rather disappearing from its atomic orbit, an electron instantly moves, so it disappears here and appears in another orbit.
What do modern scientists not know? An electron is twisted into a spiral! The mystery of an electron as a particle and a wave on the example of an orange.
The spiral shape of the electron and the change in the place of charge concentration explains why the electron easily transfers from the particle state to a wave and vice versa.
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What is the unified septon field? The structure of neutrino and other elementary particles.
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