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They both have protons and electrons.

And both the theories agree to the supposition that electrons revolve around the nucleus of the atom. They both state that higher energy electrons are located further from the nucleus.apex approved!!

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The quantum mechanical model of the atom

The quantum mechanical model (Schrodinger).

The quantum mechanical model is called the quantum theory.

One difference that makes the Quantum Mechanical Model different from the Bohr Model is the the Quantum Mechanical Model doesn't involve an exact path the electron takes around the nucleus.

The Quantum Mechanical Model describes the most probable location of a electron.

It is called Schrodinger's Quantum Mechanical Model, so therefore, it is Schrodinger.

The quantum mechanical model of the atom wasn't proposed by Niels Bohr.

Previous models were physical models based on the motion of large object. The quantum mechhanical model is a matical model.

the quantum mechanical model

the Bohr Model! :)

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Schroedinger

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the quantum mechanical model determines the allowed energies an electron can have and how likely it is to find the electron in various locations around the nucleus.

Not necessarily, particles behave like waves in the quantum mechanical world.

The Quantum Mechanical Model of the Atom.

The Quantum Mechanical Model or Bohr Model

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Orbitals

The quantum mechanical model.

Quantum Mechanical Model

in the Bohr model- the electron was assumed to move in circular orbits. wave mechanical model- the electron states are described by orbitals. Orbitals are nothing like Orbits

How are electrons arranged in the quantum mechanical model of an atom

erwin schrodinger, 1930

Erwin Schrodinger