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    Consider a nucleus, simply a sphere, with a much smaller sphere that is circling around it. This much smaller sphere is the electron. The distance between the nucleus and the electron won’t be the same all the times. So we will average it out and for the 1-s electron we find a very short distance so short in fact that the electron can be inside the nucleus at times.

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