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The angular momentum of an electron in each of its orbits must be some multiple of: wavelength Planck's constant velocity of light circumference
The angular momentum of an electron in each of its orbits must be some multiple of: Planck's constant.
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The angular momentum of an electron in each of its orbits must be some multiple of: Planck's constant.
Added 12/17/2016 3:14:08 AM
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Confirmed by Andrew. [12/17/2016 1:14:05 PM]
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