Not even a month into his experiments on theoretical physics at the Indian Institute of Science, and already the equipment required for his dissertation had faced considerable pushback from investors.
Very well. Kumar would use the mathematically equipped electron microscope he had constructed from available PhD funding.
Tuning the fine focus to maximum, his hypothesis was confirmed: The single atom’s electrons orbited their nucleus at a proportional ratio identical to the orbit of planets around their sun. Kumar stared in awe at the evidence that atoms were, indeed, solar systems on the subatomic scale.