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bohr model of an atom vs. quantum mechanical model?

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how are they different? how are they alike?
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They are different because of:
Bohrs model shows definte defined orbits of electrons.
Quantum Mechanical model is more of a cloud of probabilities for them.

They are similar because they both have a nucleus surrounded by electrons.
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