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Old 08-01-2007   #1
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Default What does the peak of a probability curve for an electron in an atom indicate?

the location where there is zero probability of finding the electron that the electron's location can be precisely determined that Heisenberg's uncertainty principle is violated the distance from the nucleus at which the electron is most likely to be found
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the distance from the nucleus at which the electron is most likely to be found
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