## Radii of stable orbits in Bohr model

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$$r = n^2 \frac{{\hbar ^2 }}{{m_e kZe^2 }} = n^2 \frac{{a_0 }}{Z}$$### Latex Code

r = n^2 \frac{{\hbar ^2 }}{{m_e kZe^2 }} = n^2 \frac{{a_0 }}{Z}

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#### Equation

#### Latex Code

r = n^2 \frac{{\hbar ^2 }}{{m_e kZe^2 }} = n^2 \frac{{a_0 }}{Z}

#### Explanation

Latex code for Radii of stable orbits in Bohr model.

- : Radii of stable orbits r
- : Bohr Radius, the electron is moving with velocity v around the nucleus in an orbit of radius
- : Electron of mass m
- : the number of orbits. The Bohr radius is proportional to the square of the number of orbits as h^2.

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