How Do The Energy And The Most Probable Location Of An Electron In The Third Shell Of An Atom Compare To The Energy And The Most Probable Location Of An Electron In The First Shell Of The Same Atom?
In the third layer it has more energy and closest to the nucleus
Bohr's theory, En = E0 / (n) ^ 2, where E0 =- 13.6eV
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