Stationary Orbits in the Bohr Model

Stationary Orbits in the Bohr Model
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The Bohr model postulates that electrons orbit in stationary orbits around the nucleus. These orbits have certain radii, which are characterized by the quantum number \( \class{red}{n} = 1, 2, 3, ... \). Here \( \class{green}{m} \) is also a quantum number which numbers the circular orbits above the \( \class{red}{n}\)-th circular orbit: \( \class{green}{m} > \class{red}{n} \).

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+ Contains tables with examples and measured constants
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