Bohr theory

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Bohr theory (physics) a theory of atomic structure that combined Rutherford's model with the quantum theory; electrons orbiting a nucleus can only be in certain stationary energy states and light is emitted when electrons jump from one energy state to another
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Usage


In news:

During this period Bohr's researches had a double aim: to develop a consistent and adequate quantum theory and to explain the structures and properties of the elements of the periodic system.
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In science:

Thus our theory combines peaceful ly ideas of both Einstein and Bohr.
Detection model based on representation of quantum particles by classical random fields: Born's rule and beyond
The other deformation, in the direction of ǫ1 with ǫ2 = 0 is known to convert the quasiclassical Bohr-Sommerfeld periods in the formulation of SW theory into the exact BS periods, thus we also know the meaning of the other deformation.
Matrix Model Conjecture for Exact BS Periods and Nekrasov Functions
Landau L.D., On the quantum theory of f ields, in Niels Bohr and the Development of Physics, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, N.Y., 1955, 52–69. [176] Grosse H., Wulkenhaar R., The β -function in duality-covariant non-commutative φ4 -theory, Eur.
Gauge Theories on Deformed Spaces
Figure 1: Einstein, Bohr, Kronig, Landau, Bloch, and Brillouin.made proposals for microscopic theories of superconductivity prior to the ground breaking experiment by Meissner and Ochsenfeld in 1934.
Failed theories of superconductivity
Landau and the theory of coherent electron-lattice motion by Niels Bohr and, around the same time, by Ralph de Laer Kronig[22,23].
Failed theories of superconductivity
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