Stationary-orbits, Physics

According to uncertainity stationary orbits are accepted or not?please give reason

Ans) According to uncertainity stationary orbits are not accepted because according to stationary orbit concept(by bohr)we can find electron''s velocity and position simultaneously which is not accepted by uncertainity principle.

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ACCORDING TO UNCERTAINITY STATIONARY ORBITS ARE ACCEPTED.

BECAUSE UNCERTAINITY IS TO THE POSITION OR VELOCITY OF THE ELECTRON BUT NOT TO THE ORBIT.AS WE KNOW THAT ENERGY OF THE ORBIT IS CONSTANT(STATIONARY ORBITS) BUT ELECTRON MAY LOSE OR GAIN ENERGY TO JUMP LOWER OR HIGHER ORBIT AND CHANGE THEIR VELOCITIES.SO STATIONARY ORBITS ARE ACCEPTED ACCORDING TOUNCERTAINITY.

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