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What is the difference between orbits and orbitals?
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Although many students think they are the same, orbits and orbitals are different. Orbits are the fixed paths around the nucleus on which electrons revolve around.

Orbitals are  uncertain areas inside an atom within which there is highest probability to find an electron.
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