Bohr Atom

The Planetary Model of the Atom

Bohr’s Model Nucleus Electron Orbit Energy Levels .

org/wiki/Category:Chemistry . http://en.wikipedia.Bohr Model of Atom n=3 Increasing energy of orbits eeee - n=2 n=1 eeeeA photon is emitted with energy E = hf e- e- e- The Bohr model of the atom. like many ideas in the history of science. was at first prompted by and later partially disproved by experimentation.

Modelo de Bohr del átomo n=3 El aumento de la energía De las órbitas eeee - n=2 n=1 eeeeUn fotón es emitido Con la energía E = hf e- e- e- El modelo de Bohr del átomo. http://en. al igual que en muchas de las ideas la historia de la ciencia.wikipedia. en la primera fue motivada por y más tarde parcialmente desmentida por la experimentación.org/wiki/Category:Chemistry .

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Development of the Atom .

Development of the Atom .

Planetary Model + .

General Chemistry An Integrated Approach 2nd Edition. Hill. page 294 . light should be emitted as the electron circles the nucleus.An unsatisfactory model for the hydrogen atom According to classical physics. A loss of energy would cause the electron to be drawn closer to the nucleus and eventually spiral into it. Petrucci.

.Quantum Mechanical Model Niels Bohr & Albert Einstein Modern atomic theory describes the electronic structure of the atom as the probability of finding electrons within certain regions of space (orbitals).

Rutherford model Bohr model After Rutherford's discovery. positively charged region called the nucleus. Bohr proposed Quantum mechanical model that electrons travel in definite orbits around Modern atomic theory described the the nucleus. Thomson described In the early twentieth century. Rutherford the atom as a ball of positive charge containing showed that most of an atom's mass is a number of electrons. concentrated in a small. .Development of Atomic Models Thomson model In the nineteenth century. electronic structure of the atom as the probability of finding electrons within certain regions of space.

Modern View • The atom is mostly empty space • Two regions – Nucleus • protons and neutrons – Electron cloud • region where you might find an electron .

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