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Electrons have to be outside of the atoms nucleus. Photons are in the nucleus, but if electrons were there, according to heisenbergs principle the uncertainty in the position would be too small and would therefore make the indeterminacy in the speed of the electron faster then the speed of light, which is impossible. So the protons and electrons have to be untangled and the uncertainty in the electron position has to be larger, so the speed can be smaller.
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