With the help of Neils Bohr discoveries, I was precisely able to calculate the amount of energy in electrons.
After too much of my efforts, I finally discovered something that is difficult to believe but it's true. I discovered the Uncertainty Principle.
This is another very important discovery that he made.
The uncertainty principle states that the position and the velocity of an object cannot both be measured exactly, at the same time, even in theory. You can try to get position and velocity of an electron but it's impossible you can only have position or velocity. If not then you will not be 100% precise about your result.
The model can be shown as a nucleus circled by an electron cloud. Where the cloud is most dense, the chance of finding the electron is bigger, in contrary, the electron is less likely to be in a less dense area of the cloud.
In 1927, Werner Heisenberg published one of his most important discoveries that contributed to quantum physics.
The uncertainty principle can be applied in daily life and with the atomic and subatomic particles, just as electrons.
In quantum mechanics, the exact speed and the exact position have no meaning thanks to the uncertainty principle.