What two kinds of motion do electrons in an atom appear to have?

1 Answer
Apr 28, 2016

They are


1) An electron revolving about the nucleus of an atom imparts a magnetic property on the atomic structure.
Electrons revolving around the nucleus.

2)Electrons spinning on there on axis.
Opposite spins are designated as + and - signs.
Opposite directions tend to form pairs and neutralize their magnetic character.
Electron rotating on its own axis.