Hydrogen (H) Bohr Model
- The Bohr Model of Hydrogen (H) has a nucleus with 0 neutrons and 1 proton.
- This nucleus is surrounded by only one electron shell named K-shell.
- The K-shell of the Bohr diagram of Hydrogen has only 1 electron.
|Name||Hydrogen Bohr Model|
|Number of neutrons||0|
|Number of protons||1|
|Number of electrons||1|
|Total electron shells||1|
|Electron in the First shell (K-shell)||1|
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