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how is quantum mechanical model of atom different from bohr's model?

Asked by ruchira121996 27th March 2013, 8:49 PM
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Bohr's model explains how electron transitions cause hydrogen's atomic emission spectra. The quantum model is a 3-d view of the atom, which shows an electron's energy levels and sublevels and the probability of an electron's location, proven with complex mathematics.
Answered by Expert 28th March 2013, 6:21 AM
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