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Chemistry, 12.11.2019 08:31, parcess

According to neil’s bohr’s atomic model , what occurs when an atom absorbs radiated energy?

a) an electron shifts from a lower energy to a higher one
b) an electron shifts from a higher energy lever to a lower one
c) an electron spirals towards the positively charged nucleus
d) an electron flies off the atom

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