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Magnetic deflection sensitivity
Magnetic Deflection Sensitivity=Distance between deflecting plates*Distance between screen and deflecting plates*sqrt([Charge-e]/(2*[Mass-e]*Velocity of electron)) GO
Electrostatic deflection sensitivity
Electrostatic deflection sensitivity=Distance between deflecting plates*Distance between screen and deflecting plates/(2*Deflection of Beam*Velocity of electron) GO
Mass of moving electron
Mass of moving electron=Rest mass of electron/sqrt(1-((Velocity of electron/[c])^2)) GO
Radius of electron on circular path
Radius of electron=([Mass-e]*Velocity of electron)/(Magnetic Field*[Charge-e]) GO
Time period of revolution of electron
Time period of electron=(2*pi*Radius of orbit)/Velocity of electron GO
Potential energy of electron when atomic number is given
Potential Energy=(-(Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/Radius of orbit) GO
Number of revolutions of an electron
Revolutions per second=Velocity of electron/(2*pi*Radius of orbit) GO
Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given
Kinetic Energy=(Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(2*Radius of orbit) GO
Total energy of electron when atomic number is given
Total energy=-(Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(2*Radius of orbit) GO
Velocity due to voltage
Velocity=sqrt((2*[Charge-e]*Velocity of electron)/[Mass-e]) GO
De-Broglie wavelength of particle in circular orbit
Wavelength=(2*pi*Radius of orbit)/Quantum Number GO

8 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Angular velocity when kinetic energy is given
Angular Velocity=sqrt(2*Kinetic Energy/((Mass 1*(Radius of mass 1^2))+(Mass 2*(Radius of mass 2^2)))) GO
Constant Angular Velocity when Equation of Free Surface of liquid is Given
Angular Velocity=sqrt(Height*(2*[g])/(Distance from center to a point^2)) GO
Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given
Angular Velocity=sqrt(Centripetal acceleration/radial distance) GO
Angular velocity considering the depth of parabola
Angular Velocity=sqrt((depth of parabola*2*9.81)/(Radius 1^2)) GO
Angular velocity in terms of inertia and kinetic energy
Angular Velocity=sqrt(2*Kinetic Energy/Moment of Inertia) GO
Angular velocity using angular momentum and inertia
Angular Velocity=Angular Momentum/Moment of Inertia GO
Angular velocity
Angular Velocity=(2*pi*Speed of impeller)/60 GO
Angular velocity of diatomic molecule
Angular Velocity=2*pi*Rotational frequency GO

Angular velocity of electron Formula

Angular Velocity=Velocity of electron/Radius of orbit
ω=v/r
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Wavelength Of A Moving Particle GO
Angular Momentum GO
Radius Of The Orbit GO
Velocity Of The Particle GO
Wavelength Using Energy GO
Frequency Using Energy GO
Electrostatic force between nucleus and electron GO
Radius of Bohr's orbit when atomic number is given GO
Velocity of electron in Bohr's orbit GO
Orbital frequency of an electron GO
Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given GO
Potential energy of electron when atomic number is given GO
Total energy of electron when atomic number is given GO
Time period of revolution of electron GO
Ionization potential GO
Wave number when frequency of photon is given GO
Radius of Bohr's orbit GO
Radius of Bohr's orbit for the Hydrogen atom GO
Total energy of electron in nth orbit GO
Radius of orbit when kinetic energy of electron is given GO
Velocity of electron in orbit when angular velocity is given GO
Radius of orbit when angular velocity is given GO
Orbital frequency when velocity of electron is given GO
Radius of orbit when potential energy of electron is given GO
Velocity of electron when time period of electron is given GO
Radius of orbit when time period of electron is given GO
Radius of orbit when total energy of electron is given GO

What is Bohr's model?

In the Bohr model of an atom, an electron revolves around the center of mass of the electron and the nucleus. Even a single proton has 1836 times the mass of an electron so the electron essentially revolves about the center of the nucleus. That model does a marvelous job of explaining the wavelengths of the spectrum of hydrogen. The relative errors in the calculated wavelengths of the spectrum are typically on the order of a few tenths of a percent. The basis for Bohr's model of an atom is that the angular momentum of an electron is an integer multiple of Planck's Constant divided by 2π, h.

How to Calculate Angular velocity of electron?

Angular velocity of electron calculator uses Angular Velocity=Velocity of electron/Radius of orbit to calculate the Angular Velocity, The Angular velocity of electron is the ratio of the velocity of that electron to the radius of the orbit. Angular Velocity and is denoted by ω symbol.

How to calculate Angular velocity of electron using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angular velocity of electron, enter Velocity of electron (v) and Radius of orbit (r) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angular velocity of electron calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3.491E+7 = 20/1E-08.

FAQ

What is Angular velocity of electron?
The Angular velocity of electron is the ratio of the velocity of that electron to the radius of the orbit and is represented as ω=v/r or Angular Velocity=Velocity of electron/Radius of orbit. The velocity of electron is the speed at which the electron moves in a particular orbit and Radius of orbit is the distance from the center of orbit of an electron to a point on its surface.
How to calculate Angular velocity of electron?
The Angular velocity of electron is the ratio of the velocity of that electron to the radius of the orbit is calculated using Angular Velocity=Velocity of electron/Radius of orbit. To calculate Angular velocity of electron, you need Velocity of electron (v) and Radius of orbit (r). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Velocity of electron and Radius of orbit and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Angular Velocity?
In this formula, Angular Velocity uses Velocity of electron and Radius of orbit. We can use 8 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Angular Velocity=2*pi*Rotational frequency
  • Angular Velocity=sqrt(2*Kinetic Energy/((Mass 1*(Radius of mass 1^2))+(Mass 2*(Radius of mass 2^2))))
  • Angular Velocity=sqrt(2*Kinetic Energy/Moment of Inertia)
  • Angular Velocity=Angular Momentum/Moment of Inertia
  • Angular Velocity=sqrt((depth of parabola*2*9.81)/(Radius 1^2))
  • Angular Velocity=(2*pi*Speed of impeller)/60
  • Angular Velocity=sqrt(Centripetal acceleration/radial distance)
  • Angular Velocity=sqrt(Height*(2*[g])/(Distance from center to a point^2))
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