Bhor's atomic theory n Heisenberg uncertainty principle are conflicting 2 each other .. bt which 1 is more appropriate ?
Asked by shuchi.saumya | 23rd Jul, 2010, 12:00: AM
Hesienberg uncertainity priciple states that it is imossible to measure position and momentum of a moving particle simutaneously with accuracy.
It has been find out through experiments that electrons do not move in fixed orbits.
they are found in three dimensional space around the nucleus known as orbitals whose value is given by Ψ2 . Hesienberg principle gives the probability of finding electron in orbital .
Thus hesienberg principle is more appropriate than Bohr's model.
Answered by | 24th Jul, 2010, 06:58: PM
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