Electrons show wave-particle duality
Atoms contain electrons. We consider atoms as particles but electrons which are inside the atom as waves (50% chances). When we talk about orbits and orbitals, outer electrons, inner electrons, I sub-consciously assume that we are talking about the particle nature of electron. But this model is true only half of the time. The possibility of the electron being a wave at any time is also 50% . Particle nature and Wave nature are two different things because scientists came up with wave-particle duality. So we cannot talk about outer electrons, inner electrons, degenerate orbitals in the case of wave nature of electrons.Even if we can say inner part of the wave(close to nucleus) and outer part of the wave(away from the nucleus) ,what we are going to do in that case to solve energy, wavelength, position of the electron (in wave form) in an atom (a particle)?