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the angular momentum of an electron in 2s orbit is?

the angular momentum of an electron in 2s orbit is?

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AKASH GOYAL AskiitiansExpert-IITD
419 Points
11 years ago

Dear Pankaj

 L = n{h \over 2\pi} = n\hbar
n=2
L=h/∏

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rajan jha
49 Points
11 years ago

angular momentum(mvr)=h/2pi(l(l+1))1/2

                                    =h/2pi(0(0+1))1/2             {for 2s orbital l=0}

                                    =0

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vikas askiitian expert
509 Points
11 years ago

 according to bohr's theory ,angular momentam of electron is mvr =nh/2pi

          angular momentam =nh/2pi

  for 2s orbital value of principal quantam number (n) is 2

   therefore angular momentam of electron is 2h/2pi= h/pi....

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