Niels Bohr

Niels Bohr
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  • At this moment I just know that as planets orbit the sun, electrons orbit the atomic nucleus in fixed orbits. But how can you measure an electron's energy?
  • I think that I finally know the answer to my question, the answer was very simple but it occupied a lot of research.
  • The farther an electron is from the nucleus, the higher its energy. Unlike planets, more than one electron can share an orbit around the nucleus.
  • In 1913, Niels Bohr was a person that improved the atomic model and contributed a lot to science.
  • Bohr was finally able to get an answer to his question.
  • Niels Bohr research is amazing in all ways! But it is missing many parts to complete the final model of the atom, I think I can help.
  • He discovered a way to know how high will the energy of an electron be. This discovery helped a lot of scientists in the future.
  • I applied mathematical equations to represent the possibility of finding an electron in a specific position. This atomic model is called the quantum mechanical model of the atom 
  • This was his atomic model of what he thought an atom looked like. The green is the neutrons, the white/black is the protons and the red are the electrons.  
  • In 1926, Erwin Schrödinger, an Austrian physicist took the Bohr atom model and improved it. He also formulated his own theories.
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  • This was his most important discovery and with it, he was able to help many scientists with this new discovery.
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