Radon (Rn) Bohr Model

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  • The Bohr Model of Radon (Rn) has a nucleus that contains 136 neutrons and 86 protons.
  • This nucleus is surrounded by six electron shells.
  • The first shell of the Bohr diagram of Radon has 2 electrons, the 2nd shell has 8, the 3rd shell has 18, the 4th has 32, the 5th has 18, and the 6th shell has 8 electrons.
NameRadon Bohr Model
Number of neutrons136
Number of protons86
Number of electrons86
Total electron shells6
Electron in the First shell2
Electrons in the Second shell8
Electrons in the Third shell18
Electrons in the Fourth shell32
Electrons in the Fifth shell18
Electrons in the Sixth shell8

Bohr model of Radon (Rn)

 

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