in a simple bohr model of a hydrogen atom an electron is usually found
In a simple "Bohr model" of a hydrogen atom, an electron is "usually" found a distance of 0.0529 nm away from the proton. What is the magnitude of the potential energy felt by such an electron? Express your answer in units of electron Volt (eV). An eV is a unit of energy which can be converted to joules. An electron in such an atom will also have a kinetic energy. This kinetic energy can be calculated to be 13.6 eV. What is the average speed of the electron in the hydrogen atom?
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