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Describe Bohr’s model of the atom.
The present concept of atom was given by Neils Bohr. The bohr’s model of atom can be described as follows:
1) An atom is made up of three particles, called as electrons, protons and neutrons.
2) The protons and neutrons are located in a small nucleus at the centre of the atom.
3) The electrons revolve rapidly round the nucleus in fixed circular paths called energy levels or shells.
4) There is a limit to the number of electrons which each energy level (or shell) can hold.
5) Each energy level (or shell) is associated with a fixed amount of energy.
6) There is no change in the energy of electrons as long the keep revolving in the same energy level, and the atom remains stable.
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