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If you were a water molecule in a glass of water how would you best describe your relationship with the water molecules around you? A. always near the same molecules B. held in a rigid pattern with other molecules C. constantly running into different molecules D. moving slowly away from some molecules and quickly towards others
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Bohr believed that light is emitted by an electron when A. the electron completes a revolution in its orbit. B. the electron's energy changes. C. the electron's fixed orbit shifts. D. the electron changes direction in its orbit.
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