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in a simple model of a hydrogen atom, the electron revolves in circular orbit around the proton with a speed of 1.1*10^6m/s. determine the radius of the electrons orbit

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    Centripetal force=Electric force

    mv^2/r=ke^2/r^2
    solve for r.

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