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Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 7:40pm.

according to the bohr model of the hydrogen atom, what is the closest an electron can get to the nucleus? What is the farthest it can get from the nucleus? ( if the latter answer seems absurb, it might amuse you to know that it is the same value predicted by present-day quantum chemistry)
I am having a hard time to answer this please someone help. I search for th answer but I can't find it in my book

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