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The Bohr Model

The Bohr Model
Fermilab physicist, Dr. Robert Plunkett explains the Quantum Theory of the Bohr Model.


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Posted by nova on July 31, 2007
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Posted by John Q. Public on July 31, 2007 at 9:54 am
This certainly is dated. It has been a very long time now since "electron orbits" have been taught at the college level. The current model uses "probability clouds" to predict where an electron will be at any given moment, and those clouds do not even remotely resemble orbits.
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