Sometimes we say that electron has volume, as in orbital we can define it's volume (at least for some fraction, as orbital itself has no limit, it is spread all over the space expect nodes).
On other hand in general chemistry books often spin quantum no. is referred as electron spinning on its axis. But this is absurd, because this magnetic angular momentum is an intrinsic property of the electron. Also that an electron is an elementary particle, it is 1-D (no volume), so it's not possible for an electron to spin on it's own axis.
So what's the matter, do electron has volume or not?
What I think that it's a particle, but we can't describe it's position what we can do is probabilistic approach, we can only describe some region where we can find it more likely or less likely. We defined it's volume, otherwise electron themselves has no volume. Even it is more weird that electron is everywhere in the orbital ;D
Can somebody explain it?