Referring to Example 31–3 (a) Which state has a de Broglie wavelength of 3.99 × 10−9 m? (b) What is the Bohr radius of this state?
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Here, we have to calculate the state and the Bohr radius.
The radius of the nth orbit is,
Where - state
- Radius of the 1st Bohr orbit
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The equation for the wavelength is,
Where, - Circumference of the orbit or the length which the standing wave travels
We know that,