physiology and anatomy of an atom


I’m trying to use the words anatomy and physiology figuratively.

1- You want to understand the anatomy of an atom. – Here anatomy means inner structure of the atom - that is the configuration of electrons, protons, etc.

2- You want to understand the physiology of an atom. – Here physiology means the inner workings of the atoms.

Do I’ve it right? It seems I’ve blended the meanings. BTW what would be the morphology of an atom?

Please guide me. Thanks a lot.

The words you’ve used - morphology, physiology, anatomy - do not match, in my opinion.

“Atomic structure” could be the right words.

Resolved. Thanks for the reply.