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Old Jun 13th 2016, 02:00 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Is it known to science why electron energy levels change, as atoms become molecules,

Is it known to science why electron energy levels change, as atoms become molecules, or why electron voltage requirement changes when the electron is
from the nucleus in higher shell levels.
So can it just he observed that electrons need a certain electron voltage to move to higher shell levels, when they are far from the nucleus, and that the energy levels of the electrons change as atoms form covenant bonds to become molecules.
Is there no real answer to why the electron energy levels does this, its just a behavior of the electron that is just observable, and cannot be explained.
Also in this second question, does the size/mass of the electron change as its energy level changes.
I am grateful for your help, anything helps even a few words.
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