Bohr's Model - Energy Levels of Hydrogen Atom


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Formula:E = -13.6 / n²

Introduction to Bohr's Model Energy Levels of Hydrogen Atom

The energy levels of a hydrogen atom in Bohr's model are described by the formula E = -13.6 / n². In this formula, E represents the energy level, and n is the principal quantum number specifying the energy level. As n increases, the energy levels become closer to zero but never reach zero. The energy levels are expressed in electron volts (eV).

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Data validation

The principal quantum number n must be a positive integer.

Summary

This formula is used to calculate the energy levels of a hydrogen atom in Bohr's model based on the principal quantum number n.

Tags: Quantum Mechanics, Bohr Model, Hydrogen Atom, Energy Levels