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The definition of atomic structure is the positively charged nucleus and the negatively charged electrons circling around it, within an atom. An example of atomic structure is what gives energy to atoms and then to molecules.What is the current theory of atomic structure?
The modern (current) theory of atomic structure states that the electron is treated as both a wave and a particle. The result is the Schrodinger Wave Equation, a mathematical statement that describes the behavior of all electrons up to the limits allowed by the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.How would you describe the structure of an atom?
The basic structure of an atom includes a tiny, relatively massive nucleus, containing at least one proton and usually one or more neutrons. Outside of the nucleus are energy levels (also called shells), which contain one or more electrons. The energy levels are often called rings (see more discussion of the Bohr model below).