De Broglie Wavelength and Bohr Orbits

7A50.32 |
Catalog: 
7A50.32
Room: 
PS F175
Quantity: 
2
3
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    The first "Bohr Orbit" has two nodes.
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    In transition from one constructive wave to another, the waves do not line up.
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    Again the De Broglie waves line up.
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Date Added: 
Tuesday, April 11, 2006 - 12:00am
Description: 

A sinusoidal wave is printed on transparent material that can be wound up. As the radius of the windings gets bigger the waves add constructively (line up) or destructively (not lined up) like the De Broglie wavelengths in the Bohr orbit of the hydrogen atom.

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