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    Agata G

    Imagine that you are sitting in the centre of the hydrogen nucleus and are observing a big ball which is our electron. The position of this electron depends strictly on time, so you have to note its position at every 30 seconds. If the measurment lasts long enough, then we can calculate the average position of the electron.

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