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For which of the following species, Bohr’s theory is not applicable?>how (a) Be 3+ (b) Li 2+ (c) He 2+

For which of the following species, Bohr’s theory is not applicable?>how


(a)    Be3+


(b)    Li2+


(c)    He2+

Grade:12

2 Answers

Ashwin Sinha
520 Points
10 years ago

Dear Abhay,

         Bohr's theory is applicable to only single electron species, so it is not applicable to He+2 , which is having 0 electron!!

       Good Luck!!!!!!!

     Plz. Plz. approve by clicking 'Yes' below!!!!!!!

Sudheesh Singanamalla
114 Points
10 years ago

Bohr's theory is applicable to all the three species.

Bohr's theory is only applicable to species having single electron arrangement like H atom. Thus Bohr's theory applies to Be3+ , Li2+ , He2+.

 

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