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The Bohr model of the hydrogen atom consists of a heavy proton orbited by an electron. It's best described as like a planet orbiting a star. Instead of gravity providing the attractive force to the system, the electron i... More »

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The Bohr-Rutherford model of a hydrogen atom is a diagram showing one electron orbiting a hydrogen nucleus, which has one proton and zero neutrons. Many sites have such a diagram, but Wikipedia provides the diagram as we... More »

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The Bohr radius is the measurement of the distance between the proton and the electron in a hydrogen atom. This distance is measured when the hydrogen atom is in a ground state. More »

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The Bohr radius is the measurement of the distance between the proton and the electron in a hydrogen atom. This distance is measured when the hydrogen atom is in a ground state. More »

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The Bohr-Rutherford model of a hydrogen atom is a diagram showing one electron orbiting a hydrogen nucleus, which has one proton and zero neutrons. Many sites have such a diagram, but Wikipedia provides the diagram as we... More »

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The Bohr model of lithium contains a nucleus and two shells, the first with two electrons and the second with one electron. Because of electron affinity, the two electrons in the first shell are relatively close together... More »

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The hydrogen atom has one proton, one electron and no neutrons. This hydrogen atom is also called protium, which is also an isotope. The atomic number of this gas element is 1, and its atomic weight is 1.00794 grams per ... More »

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