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Statistically nothing changes in principle if we disregard the short-term movement of the electrons between the atoms.
What changes is that you get a model which is wrong.
The sort of experiment you are talking about is done regularly.
they will certainly move at the edges of atoms
The models are very common in physics.
The uncertainty principle prevents that.
Why do people persist with classical physics? ... Nobody goes on holiday in a stagecoach, so why do they mess about with mathematical models that don't work?
Quote from: Bored chemistThe uncertainty principle prevents that.The conducting electrons will not fly through the atoms, otherwise it would then come to the generation of X-rays.
Not much photoelectricity occurs with photon frequencies below 1013 Hz, a lot more than 1.42 GHz.Why do people persist with classical physics? Chemists stopped talking about caloric and phlogiston before BC was born. Quantum mechanics and relativity are older than the aeroplane. Nobody goes on holiday in a stagecoach, so why do they mess about with mathematical models that don't work?
According to classical physics, they should be doing that.
Why? The conducting electron is the outermost electron of the atom.
a hydrogen atom is a resonator (the resonance frequency is 1.42 GHz)
I imagine a following model. At room temperature, the conducting electrons revolve around the metal ions, but at the points of contact between the metal atoms they pass from one atom to another without or with relatively little resistance
the system of metal ion and quasi-free electron should also behave as a resonator. Has this research been done?
For the alkali metals, ie the metals belonging to the same group as hydrogen, this may even be quite true.
Statistically nothing changes in principle if we disregard the short-term movement of the electrons between the atoms. In this way, we get a simplified model of the metal, which consists of hydrogen-like atoms.
the corresponding cutoff frequencies of the photo effect
Furthermore, the frequencies correlate within the groups and the periods.
the formula for the resonance frequency is
Logically, when the frequency of the external electric field coincides with the natural frequency of the conducting electrons, the resonential phenomenon occurs and the conducting electron is thrown out of the atom and finally out of the Metal.