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  1. Atom Clock and Time Dilation In short: when an electron jumps from an energy level to a lower energy level, it releases electromagnetic waves. The atomic clock counts these electromagnetic waves to click time. ---------- The above does not need to be discussed ---------- Does each jump release a wave? My hypothesis: There is a little chance, the electron jumps into another atom nucleus directly, then we will lose a wave. When the density of cesium increases, the distance between cesium atoms decreases, the chance of electrons jumping
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