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Question on bohr's model of hydrogen atom
  • in bohr's model of hydrogen atom
    (a)the radius of nth orbit is proprtional to n^2
    (b)the total energy in nth orbit is inversly proprotional to n
    (c)angular momentum is an intrgral multiple of h/2^(lambda)
    is the last option correct :? ?
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  • Hey ... I dont think the last option is correct :


    The angular momentum is a multiple of h/(2*pi) !!
  • yes aditi is rite!!
  • mylie said:

    in bohr's model of hydrogen atom
    (a)the radius of nth orbit is proprtional to n^2
    (b)the total energy in nth orbit is inversly proprotional to n
    (c)angular momentum is an intrgral multiple of h/2^(lambda)
    is the last option correct :? ?




    Bohr's model was so successful that he immediately received world-wide fame. Unfortunately, Bohr's model worked only for hydrogen. Thus the final atomic model was yet to be developed.

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