Question #48956

State the postulates of Bohr's atomic model.

Expert's answer

1) Electrons exist instable orbits around a nucleus. The electrons do not emit radiation on their orbits.

2) If an electron moves goes from one orbit toanother, it releases or absorbs radiation with energy corresponding to the energy difference between these orbits.

3) All electrons in stable orbits have quantised angular momentum.

2) If an electron moves goes from one orbit toanother, it releases or absorbs radiation with energy corresponding to the energy difference between these orbits.

3) All electrons in stable orbits have quantised angular momentum.

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