If the energy of one electron in the second orbit of H-atom is -E, whatis the energy of the electron in Bhor's first orbit?
Asked by t.sneha | 1st Oct, 2015, 10:27: PM
Answered by Arvind Diwale | 3rd Oct, 2015, 09:06: PM
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