using bohr's postulate obtain the expression for the total energy of the electron in stationary states of the hydrogen atom. explain
Asked by srevarssini | 18th Sep, 2014, 09:55: AM
The answer to the query that you have posted can be found in the NCERT- PART II text book for class XII. Kindly refer to page numbers 424 and 425 for your answer.It explains all the details needed for your query”
Answered by Jyothi Nair | 18th Sep, 2014, 10:14: AM
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