Niels Bohr Was A Danish Physicist

Niels Bohr was born in the year of 1885 on October 7th. Niels Bohr was born in Copenhagen. As you all aware of the city its the capital and most populated city of Denmark, with an urban population of 1,247,000 and a metropolitan population of 1,991,000 as declared on July 01, 2014. His father name was Christian Bohr, engaged as a professor of Physiology at the University of Copenhagen. Niels Bohr mother belongs to a wealthy background. His position was second among his one brother and one sister. His sister was elder, after grown up she became a teacher and his younger brother became a mathematician.

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Niels Bohr got admission in Latin school located in his vicinity. In the year of 1903 Niels Bohr had enlisted his name as a student of undergraduate programme at University. Niels Bohr’s major subject of interest was physics and he studied with full passion because of unavailability of physical science teacher. Later on, Professor Christian taught him physical science. Other than this subject he took interest in philosophy, astronomy and mathematics too. There are very numerous people who know that Neil Bohr participated in competition organized by Royal academy of Denmark in which participant had to define the methodology of surface tension.

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Some time back in the mid of last century, he had succeeded in getting band spectrum of an atom, making an observation that it consist of different strength. It emits a band when an electron jumps from a lower level to higher. Further he presented an idea of existence of radioactive substance with more penetrating value. Later on in the beginning of last century he proposed a theory and construction of hydrogen atom based on quantum theory that strength moves around in a form of quantum. This is transferred only in certain well-defined quantities. Further in support of his theory, Niels Bohr proved that an electron moves around the nucleus in definite path known as orbit. If electron jumps from higher efficiency to lower energy it emits rays, and in vise versa from lower efficiency to high output, it absorbs energy equal to the differences of both.

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