How Is The Path Of An Electron Different In Bohr's Model Than In The Modern Model Of An Atom?


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According to bohr's model, electrons orbits in a circular motion round the nucleus. Modern orbital theory says that electrons are in clouds no orbits.
Bohr's model doesn't explain the reason of revolving electron. Why it can't be in nucleus. That's its major drawback.
The probability of electron being in the nucleus is almost impossible. But theoretically , it would be possible.
Bohr's model emphasized on fixed path. The basic difference is of orbit and orbital

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