the line spectra of which of the following species can be explained by bohr's theory and why?He2+,Li+,Li2+
Asked by mehrarora26 | 22nd Jul, 2015, 10:29: AM
Bohr's model is able to explain the spectrum of only hydrogen atom and hydrogen-like species such as He+, Li2+ etc. So the answer is Li2+.
Answered by Arvind Diwale | 22nd Jul, 2015, 12:06: PM
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