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Niels bohr essays Niels Bohr is primarily known for his pioneering work in the field of atomic theory. Born on October 7th, 1885, in Copenhagen. His father Christian Bohr, a famous physiologist and mother, Ellen, recognized his great abilities and special gifts early in life that they provided Niels with the best education possible. After graduating High school first in his class, Bohr studied at the University of Copenhagen in1903. Bohr won a gold medal from the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences for his theoretical analysis of vibrations of water jets as a means of determining surface tension. Bohr received his Master's degree from the University of Copenhagen in 1909 and his doctorate in 1911 with a thesis Studies on the electron theory of metals. Also at the university he met his future wife, Margrethe Norlund. They were married on August 1st, 1912. After college, Bohr then went on to study at Cambridge under J.J. Thompson then to Manchester under Rutherford. Rutherford was much more recept! ive to Bohr's new ideas and the two of them formed a Muslim girl meets Hindu boy. How our forbidden love blossomed in Canada. close personal and working relationship which resulted in Bohr producing his theory of the hydrogen atom in 1913 at the age of 27. In 1911, Rutherford had postulated an atomic model which described the hydrogen atom as a small heavy nucleus surrounded by an electron in a fixed circular orbit around it. Bohr modified the Rutherford model by requiring that the electrons move in orbits of fixed size and energy. Niels Cain’s Quest bigger, faster in 2018 proposed a model for the hydrogen atom that explained the spectrum of the hydrogen atom. The Bohr model was based on the following assumptions: The Bohr Model of the Atom 1. The electron in a hydrogen atom travels around the Muslim girl meets Hindu boy. How our forbidden love blossomed in Canada. in a circular orbit. 2. The energy of the electron in an orbit is proportional to its distance from the nucleus. The further the electron is from the nucleus, the more energy it has. 3. As long as the electron stays in a stationary orbit (same distance fr.

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