Clutch Prep is now a part of Pearson
Ch.2 Atoms and the Periodic TableWorksheetSee all chapters

# Bohr Model (Simplified)

See all sections
Sections
The Atom (Simplified)
Subatomic Particles (Simplified)
Isotopes
Ions (Simplified)
Atomic Mass (Simplified)
Atomic Mass (Conceptual)
Periodic Table: Element Symbols
Periodic Table: Classifications
Periodic Table: Group Names
Periodic Table: Representative Elements & Transition Metals
Periodic Table: Elemental Forms (Simplified)
Periodic Table: Phases (Simplified)
Law of Definite Proportions
Atomic Theory
Rutherford Gold Foil Experiment
Wavelength and Frequency (Simplified)
Electromagnetic Spectrum (Simplified)
Bohr Model (Simplified)
Emission Spectrum (Simplified)
Electronic Structure
Electronic Structure: Shells
Electronic Structure: Subshells
Electronic Structure: Orbitals
Electronic Structure: Electron Spin
Electronic Structure: Number of Electrons
The Electron Configuration (Simplified)
Electron Arrangements
The Electron Configuration: Condensed
The Electron Configuration: Exceptions (Simplified)
Ions and the Octet Rule
Ions and the Octet Rule (Simplified)
Valence Electrons of Elements (Simplified)
Lewis Dot Symbols (Simplified)
Periodic Trend: Metallic Character

In the Bohr Model, electrons can move up and down to different orbitals or shells based on absorbing or releasing of energy.

###### Bohr Model

Concept #1: Bohr Model

Example #1: What is the value of n for the electron furthest from the nucleus?

Concept #2: Absorption and Emission

Absorption occurs when electron absorbs energy and jumps to higher energy state.
Emission occurs when electron emits energy and falls back down to lower energy state.

Practice: Which of the electron transitions represents an example of absorption?

Practice: Which of the electron transitions represents an example of emission?

Practice: Which of the electron transitions represents an example of absorption with the greatest energy?