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What is Heisenberg's uncertainty principle? O Electrons travel in discrete orbitals around the nucleus. O It is impossible to know the exact position and speed of an electron at a given time. O It is impossible to predict the spin of a moving electron.

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What is Heisenberg's uncertainty principle?
O Electrons travel in discrete orbitals around the nucleus.
O It is impossible to know the exact position and speed of an electron at a given time.
O It is impossible to predict the spin of a moving electron.

What is Heisenberg's uncertainty principle? Electrons travel in discrete orbitals around the nucleus. It is impossible to know the exact position and speed of an electron at a given time. It is impossible to predict the spin of a moving electron. Electrons are negatively charged and nuclei are positively charged.

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