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20 November 2011


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Regarding your comment on the Bohr model, it's worth noting that the Bohr model makes exact predictions for the spectral lines of Hydrogen. It has its failings, but also its successes. It is by no means a complete model, but it is far more intuitive than the full solutions to schroedinger's (or heisenberg's) equation for the population density of an electron.

(I posted this on the wrong post first. Sorry.)


Apparently you posted this on the wrong post second, too. ;)

Are you sure you are an expert?

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