Bohr magneton, Physics

Bohr magneton (N. Bohr)

It is the quantum of magnetic moment.

Bohr radius (N. Bohr)

It is the distance corresponding to the mean distance of an electron through the nucleus in the ground state of the hydrogen atom.

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