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Radial momentum of electron when angular momentum is given
Radial momentum=sqrt((Total momentum^2)-(Angular Momentum^2)) GO
Angular momentum of electron when radial momentum is given
Angular Momentum=sqrt((Total momentum^2)-(Radial momentum^2)) GO
Moment of inertia using kinetic energy and angular momentum
Moment of Inertia=(Angular Momentum^2)/(2*Kinetic Energy) GO
Kinetic energy in terms of angular momentum
Kinetic Energy=(Angular Momentum^2)/(2*Moment of Inertia) GO
Angular velocity using angular momentum and inertia
Angular Velocity=Angular Momentum/Moment of Inertia GO
Moment of inertia using angular momentum
Moment of Inertia=Angular Momentum/Angular Velocity GO

Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit Formula

Total momentum=sqrt((Angular Momentum^2)+(Radial momentum^2))
p=sqrt((L^2)+(p<sub>r</sub>^2))
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What is Sommerfeld atomic model?

Sommerfeld model was proposed to explain the fine spectrum. Sommerfeld predicted that electrons revolve in elliptical orbits as well as circular orbits. During the motion of electrons in a circular orbit, the only angle of revolution changes while the distance from the nucleus remains the same but in an elliptical orbit, both are changed. The distance from the nucleus is termed as radius vector and the angle of revolution predicted is the azimuthal angle.

How to Calculate Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit?

Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit calculator uses Total momentum=sqrt((Angular Momentum^2)+(Radial momentum^2)) to calculate the Total momentum, The Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit is the total radial momentum and angular/ tangential momentum of the electrons revolving in an elliptical orbit. Total momentum and is denoted by p symbol.

How to calculate Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit, enter Angular Momentum (L) and Radial momentum (pr) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit calculation can be explained with given input values -> 100.005 = sqrt((1^2)+(100^2)).

FAQ

What is Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit?
The Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit is the total radial momentum and angular/ tangential momentum of the electrons revolving in an elliptical orbit and is represented as p=sqrt((L^2)+(pr^2)) or Total momentum=sqrt((Angular Momentum^2)+(Radial momentum^2)). Angular Momentum is the degree to which a body rotates, gives its angular momentum and Radial momentum is a vector quantity that is a measure of the rotational momentum of a rotating electron in an elliptical orbit.
How to calculate Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit?
The Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit is the total radial momentum and angular/ tangential momentum of the electrons revolving in an elliptical orbit is calculated using Total momentum=sqrt((Angular Momentum^2)+(Radial momentum^2)). To calculate Total momentum of electrons in the elliptical orbit, you need Angular Momentum (L) and Radial momentum (pr). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Angular Momentum and Radial momentum and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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