Magnetic Dipole Moment of a Revolving Electron (For Hydrogen Like Atom)

Chapter-4|Moving Charges and Magnetism| NCERT 12th Physics:

Magnetic Dipole Moment of a Revolving Electron (For Hydrogen Like Atom):

Let an electron(e⁻) is revolving in a loop(atom), mass m, velocity v and radius r.

When electron (e⁻) revolve around nucleus, it constitute a current.

Since,  q= It, therefore I= q/t = e⁻/t.

 

 

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This value of magnetic moment is known as magneton of Bohr’s Model.
 
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