bohr model that shows hydrogen electron being heated?

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  • 6 months ago

    Heat

    "Heat" is thermal energy which is transferred from one object to another, usually at the macromolecular scale. Thermal energy can be manifested as translational energy (movement in three dimensions), rotational energy, or vibrational energy. Energy emissions and absorptions are often associated with electromagnetic energy in the microwave and infrared portions of the spectrum. It can be done, but it requires an extreme amount of "heat" to move electrons within an atom.

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  • 6 months ago

    Wrong model. "heat" is a property of a solid, liquid or gas, not a single atom and even less a single electron.

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