Atomic Structure in Modern Physics

The atomic structure is a conventionalized, hypothetical concept of an atom, regarded as consisting of a central, positively charged nucleus and a number of negatively charged electrons revolving about it in various orbits: the number and arrangement of the electrons vary in the different elements.
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Physics Wallah - Akash Pandey

Catnode Rays & Rutherford's Model Bohr's Atomic Model
Atomic Spectrum Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle
Quantum Numbers  Aufbau's Principle
Hund's Rule Electronic Configuration

 

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Avanti Gurukul

 Quantum Numbers

 

 

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