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According to this model, the electrons would have to be accelerating as they orbit the nucleus due to the net centripetal force acting on them. This should cause them to emit electromagnetic radiation, and they should then lose energy. However this model failed as well.
Ernest Rutherford then made "Rutherford's Planetary model".
Electrons that gained energy would jump to higher energy levels and become "excited", and as they jumped back down to the ground state, they would emit that energy. However, this was only for thee Hydrogen Atom.
The "Bohr's Atomic Model" was made by Niels Bohr.
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Erwin Schrödinger then made the most accurate model to date, the "Electric Cloud Model".
This model is similar to Bohr's model, except that in this model, the electrons aren't limited to fixed orbits -- they surround the nucleus in a cloud formation.
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