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Does the ground state of Hydrogen have zero orbital angular momentum?

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Default Does the ground state of Hydrogen have zero orbital angular momentum?



Did Bohr hypothesize a circular orbit?

I could use an informative answer.
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I don't remember if it was Bohr or not that did the Auf Bua principle but I think that might be what you're talking about. With the advent of quantum theory they think that an electron can be almost anywhere at one point in time - ex: It could be here or it could be on Mars. However, the two theories are linked in the fact they believe that electrons have different energy levels and that the valence electrons are the source of molecular bonding. IE: Carbon could have -4 charge or a +4 charge. Hydrogen has a +1 charge while Oxygen has a -2 charge. Atoms seem to be happy when the outer energy level is complete. For more information on this consult a periodic table.
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You are scaring me.
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Yes it does, CF. What of it?

PS: Nils Bohr couldn't even operate an orbital SANDER, my friend!
He nicked all his best ideas off of me and Plancky.
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