Assume the Bohr model to determine the radius of the n = 5 orbit in a C5+ ion.

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The radius (in units of m) of an electron in the nth orbital for a

C(5+) cation defined by the Bohr model is expressed by

r(m) = (n²h²)/(4Zke²π²m)

given;

n = 5

h = 6.6261×10-34 J s, Planck’s constant

k = 8.9876×109 N m²/ s², Coulomb’s constant

m = 9.109×10^-31 kg, mass of an electron

e = 1.6022×10-19 C, charge of an electron

Z = 6, atomic number of carbon

and π “pi” = 3.14159265

So

r(nm) = [(n²h²)/(4Zke²π²m)]*(1.0×10^9nm/m) =

Now, just plug n chug

Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/

Planck’s constant

Coulomb’s constant

electron

pi

Bohr model

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