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The angular momentum l of an electron in a Bohrs orbital is given as..?? Plzz eexplain!!~

The angular momentum l of an electron in a Bohrs orbital is given as..?? Plzz eexplain!!~

Grade:11

2 Answers

nikhil arora
54 Points
9 years ago

it is one of the postulates of bohrs model : l = nh/2∏

it implies that an electron in an atom can occupy only those orbits where its angular momentum (=mvr) is an integral multiple of nh/2∏.

bhadri rajasai
14 Points
9 years ago

l is given as (n-1).n is the orbital no. l is the maximum avalble orbit(s,p,d,f).

angular moment=(l*(l+1))^0.5

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