time averaged position

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    Bram van den Borne

    When you position yourself in the nucleus and observe the electron. look at the distance between the electron and the nucleus every 5 seconds. Do this a lot of times, then you get a distribution of probabilities of the electron, with this you can calculate the time averaged position.

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