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The Bohr Model

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Richard Datwyler

on 14 March 2017

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The Bohr Model
The greatest success was a stable atom with energy states that predict emission and absorption of photons.
Parts of the model work well and are still used today, parts of it are wrong.
The Bohr model captured the quantum mechanical design of energy levels and from it came up with size and an attempt on angular momentum.
The Bohr model is the second major model of the atom. The Rutherford model helped with the idea of composition, but was lacking due to stability and energy levels
In addition his model worked only well for single electron atoms, hydrogen being the most successful.
What are the first three energy levels for singlely ionized helium?
and what wavelengths would be absorbed or emitted from these transitions?
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