# Muonic Atom

by PhatPartie
Tags: atom, muonic
 P: 1,440 the energy is given by $$E = -R_{M} \frac{hc}{n^2}$$ where Rm is the rydberg constant for that atom and is given by $$R_{M} = \frac{\mu}{m}R_{\infty}$$ R infinity is a constant that you can look up. And $$\mu = \frac{mM}{m+M}$$ radius of the orbit is given by $$r_{n} = \frac{n^2}{Z_{O} Z_{N}} \frac{\epsilon_{0} h^2}{\pi \mu e^2}$$ and Zo and Zn are the charges(in terms of integer multiple of e) of the orbiting particle and the nucleus respectively. velocity is $$v_{n} = \frac{Z_{O} Z_{N}}{n} (7.3 * 10^{-3})$$