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What did Bohr's model of the atom include that Rutherford's model did not have?

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Dana Keller on October 14, 2018

Answer: the Electrons revolve around the nucleus in orbits fixed with fixed energy.Explanation:Rutherford's model of atom explained:Maximum space in the interior of the atom is empty.The electron rotates around the center called the nucleus.The nucleus contains a positive charge.Bohr in his model he explained that:Electrons revolve around the nucleus in a fixed orbit called shells.Each one of the orbits or shells has a fixed amount of energy and size.


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