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Velocity of alpha particle using distance of closest approach
Velocity of alpha particle=sqrt(([Coulomb]*Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/([Atomic-m]*Distance of closest approach)) GO
Distance of closest approach
Distance of closest approach=([Coulomb]*4*Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/([Atomic-m]*(Velocity of alpha particle^2)) GO
Energy in nth Bohr’s Orbit
Energy in nth Bohr's unit=-13.6*((Atomic number)^2)/((No of level in the orbit)^2) GO
Kinetic Energy In Electron Volts.
Energy In Electron Volts=-13.6*(Atomic number)^2/(Quantum Number)^2 GO
Potential Energy In Electron Volts.
Energy In Electron Volts=6.8*(Atomic number)^2/(Quantum Number)^2 GO
Total Energy In Electron Volts
Energy In Electron Volts=6.8*(Atomic number)^2/(Quantum Number)^2 GO
Kinetic Energy Of A Electron
Energy=-2.178*10^-18*(Atomic number)^2/(Quantum Number)^2 GO
Potential Energy Of Electron
Energy=1.085*10^-18*(Atomic number)^2/(Quantum Number)^2 GO
Total Energy Of Electron
Energy=-1.085*(Atomic number)^2/(Quantum Number)^2 GO
Bohr's Radius
Radius=(Quantum Number/Atomic number)*0.529*10^-10 GO
Number of neutrons
Number of Neutrons=Mass number-Atomic number GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Kinetic energy possessed by the element
Kinetic Energy=(Total mass moment of inertia *((Angular velocity of free end*Distance b/w small element and fixed end)^2)*Length of small element)/(2*(Length of the constraint^3)) GO
Total Kinetic Energy of the geared system
Kinetic Energy=(Equivalent Mass Moment of Inertia of geared system with shaft A and shaft B*(Angular Acceleration of Shaft A)^2)/2 GO
Kinetic energy of system
Kinetic Energy=((Mass 1*(velocity of particle with mass m1^2))+(Mass 2*(velocity of particle with mass m2^2)))/2 GO
Kinetic energy when angular velocity is given
Kinetic Energy=((Mass 1*(Radius of mass 1^2))+(Mass 2*(Radius of mass 2^2)))*(Angular Velocity^2)/2 GO
Total kinetic energy of the constraint for transverse vibrations
Kinetic Energy=(33*Total mass of the constraint*(Transverse velocity of the free end^2))/280 GO
Total kinetic energy possessed by the constraint for longitudinal vibration
Kinetic Energy=(Total mass of the constraint*(Longitudinal velocity of the free end^2))/6 GO
Total kinetic energy of the constraint
Kinetic Energy=(Total mass moment of inertia *(Angular velocity of free end^2))/6 GO
Kinetic energy of photoelectrons
Kinetic Energy=[hP]*(Frequency of photon-Threshold frequency) GO
Kinetic energy in terms of inertia and angular velocity
Kinetic Energy=Moment of Inertia*(Angular Velocity^2)/2 GO
Kinetic energy of photoelectrons when threshold energy is given
Kinetic Energy=Energy of photon-Threshold energy GO
Kinetic Energy
Kinetic Energy=(Mass*Velocity^2)/2 GO

Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given Formula

Kinetic Energy=(Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(2*Radius of orbit)
KE=(Z*([Charge-e]^2))/(2*r)
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Radius of orbit when kinetic energy of electron is given GO
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Radius of orbit when angular velocity is given GO
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What is Bohr's model of a particle?

Bohr's theory is a theory of atomic structure in which the hydrogen atom (Bohr atom ) is assumed to consist of a proton as the nucleus, with a single electron moving in distinct circular orbits around it, each orbit corresponding to a specific quantized energy state: the theory was extended to other atoms.

How to Calculate Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given?

Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given calculator uses Kinetic Energy=(Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(2*Radius of orbit) to calculate the Kinetic Energy, The Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given is defined as kinetic energy consumed by a moving particle when it moves from one point to another. Kinetic Energy and is denoted by KE symbol.

How to calculate Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given, enter Atomic number (Z) and Radius of orbit (r) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.182E-29 = (17*([Charge-e]^2))/(2*1E-08).

FAQ

What is Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given?
The Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given is defined as kinetic energy consumed by a moving particle when it moves from one point to another and is represented as KE=(Z*([Charge-e]^2))/(2*r) or Kinetic Energy=(Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(2*Radius of orbit). Atomic number is the number of protons present inside the nucleus of an atom of an element and Radius of orbit is the distance from the center of orbit of an electron to a point on its surface.
How to calculate Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given?
The Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given is defined as kinetic energy consumed by a moving particle when it moves from one point to another is calculated using Kinetic Energy=(Atomic number*([Charge-e]^2))/(2*Radius of orbit). To calculate Kinetic energy of electron when atomic number is given, you need Atomic number (Z) and Radius of orbit (r). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Atomic number 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 Kinetic Energy?
In this formula, Kinetic Energy uses Atomic number and Radius of orbit. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Kinetic Energy=(Mass*Velocity^2)/2
  • Kinetic Energy=(Equivalent Mass Moment of Inertia of geared system with shaft A and shaft B*(Angular Acceleration of Shaft A)^2)/2
  • Kinetic Energy=[hP]*(Frequency of photon-Threshold frequency)
  • Kinetic Energy=Energy of photon-Threshold energy
  • Kinetic Energy=(Total mass of the constraint*(Longitudinal velocity of the free end^2))/6
  • Kinetic Energy=(33*Total mass of the constraint*(Transverse velocity of the free end^2))/280
  • Kinetic Energy=(Total mass moment of inertia *((Angular velocity of free end*Distance b/w small element and fixed end)^2)*Length of small element)/(2*(Length of the constraint^3))
  • Kinetic Energy=(Total mass moment of inertia *(Angular velocity of free end^2))/6
  • Kinetic Energy=((Mass 1*(velocity of particle with mass m1^2))+(Mass 2*(velocity of particle with mass m2^2)))/2
  • Kinetic Energy=((Mass 1*(Radius of mass 1^2))+(Mass 2*(Radius of mass 2^2)))*(Angular Velocity^2)/2
  • Kinetic Energy=Moment of Inertia*(Angular Velocity^2)/2
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