A particle such as an electron would not be randomly bouncing off the walls or moving in regular straight lines. Be impossible to say for sure where it is, but what it is shaped like can still be mapped out as in Schrödinger's equation by showing where the probability of finding an electron in orbit would be, by drawing dots where it more likely to be at any given moment. From that these drawings are made showing orbital shapes like these.
Xm = Xbot(N) + YMF(N) - YMR(N)
Ym = Ybot(N) + XMF(N) - XMR(N)
Zm = Zbot(N) + ZMF(N) - ZMR(N)
Private Sub FormMemoryAddress(N As Long)
Addr(N) = XMR(N) + (XMF(N) * 2) + (YMR(N) * 4) + (YMF(N) * 8) + (ZMR(N) *
16) + (ZMF(N) * 32) + (Wall(N) * 64) + (At1 * 128) + (At2 * 32768) + (Greater2 *