Bohr atom


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Bohr atom

[′bȯr ‚ad·əm]
(atomic physics)
An atomic model having the structure postulated in the Bohr theory.
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Quantum theory of the Bohr atom fully satisfy the fundamental law of spectroscopy obtained experimentally by physicists and use the Rydberg constant is numerically equal to R=3.
The amplitude functions of the hydrogen atom have become traditionally called orbitals, a term that Mulliken with characteristic obfuscation invented to signify a mathematical function as near a physical trajectory or orbit, in the context of a Bohr atom, as is possible in wave mechanics [21].
One--often celebrated as the crucial ingredient in the Bohr atom model--declared that electrons could occupy only certain specific orbits around the nucleus.