Bohr orbit

Bohr orbit

[′bȯr ‚ȯr·bət]
(atomic physics)
One of the electron paths about the nucleus in Bohr's model of the hydrogen atom.
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The number 137 expresses the translation component n of the path s of the electron on Bohr orbit [1].
The two-sided distribution ranges from the translation n = -[infinity] to n = 137 on Bohr orbit and further from there to n = [infinity].
z] rapidly lessen in the negative as well as positive direction from the zero numbered position z on Bohr orbit so the enough accurate value of the constant can be calculated numerically on the appropriate finite interval, for instance n = [104,170]:
Such special distribution of the frequencies of the path of the electron is considered on the zero position and zero sides on Bohr orbit.
According to the double surface model [1] where the characteristic values for the path and its translation component on Bohr orbit are s = 137.
elliptic] = [infinity] The infinite elliptic radius allows the electron to move uniformly on Bohr orbit.
Its destiny is to be in some way glued on Bohr orbit in the Hydrogen atom.