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PLZ ANSWER 2 MY QUES.. passage.. Although Neils Bohr `s atom model is supposed to b based on non-relativistic theory, rearranging the formula for energy, one finds dat E n = - Z/n 2 [1/2mc 2. a 2 ] where alpha is fine srtucture constant and mc 2 is the relativistic energy. a(ie..alpha) = Ques. Assuming dat the kinetic energy is half the potential energy of orbiting electron, the velo of the e on 1st orbit of hydrogen atom is a)137c b)/137 c)(c/2)137 plz solve this toooo... Which of the following statements will be true in light of above ques. a)This is a non relativisticc energy region and hence relativistic correction is not necessary. b)alpha is to be relativistically corrected c) m 0 c 2 used in the formula shud b corrected to mc 2 .realtivistic correction is 4 mass.


PLZ ANSWER 2 MY QUES..

passage..

Although Neils Bohr `s atom model is supposed to b based on non-relativistic theory, rearranging the formula for energy, one finds dat

En= - Z/n2[1/2mc2.a2] where alpha is fine srtucture constant and mc2 is the relativistic energy.

a(ie..alpha) =

Ques. Assuming dat the kinetic energy is half the potential energy of orbiting electron, the velo of the e on 1st orbit of hydrogen atom is

a)137c                            b)/137

c)(c/2)137                        

plz solve this toooo...

Which of the following statements will be true in light of above ques.

a)This is a non relativisticc energy region and hence relativistic correction is not necessary.        

b)alpha is to be relativistically corrected

c) m0c2 used in the formula shud b corrected to mc2.realtivistic correction is 4 mass.


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