Electron Cloud Model - Assignment Date due:_____________ 1. What part of Bohr’s model of the atom is still part of the electron cloud model? 2. What part of Bohr’s model has been changed? 3. What does an electron cloud represent? 4. Why do scientists have to use probabilities when trying to predict the location and movement of electrons? 5. On p.117, the textbook explains orbitals with an analogy. If you were actually to map your location as described, would it mean that you would never have been in a particular location if there were no dots in that spot or that you never will be in that location? Give two examples to help explain your answer. 6. Explain your answer to the previous question in terms of electrons in atoms.