mrthole Posted May 31, 2009 Share Posted May 31, 2009 Any suggestions in how to explain to high school chemistry students why negatively charged electrons do not crash into the positively charged nucleus? I have one student who is particularly interested in this topic, however, I am finding it difficult to put it into terms he can get his head around. Some strategies I have used are the Accelerating Funnel Model and the Decreasing Box Model which have helped, however, maybe I need to explain them in an alternative way. Thank you for your suggestions in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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