The Bohr model for nitrogen has a central nucleus with seven neutrons and seven protons, a first energy ring with two electrons and a second energy ring with five electrons. A more detailed version shows two electrons in the s sub-shell of the second energy ring and three electrons in the p sub-shell. The Bohr model is used to demonstrate how the electrons line up around the nucleus of an atom.
Nitrogen is represented by the symbol N and has an atomic number of 7, which represents the number of protons in its nucleus. The nucleus is surrounded by seven electrons separated into two energy levels. The electron configuration for nitrogen is 1s2 2s2 2p3.