For low values of n, Bohr's model fails to reproduce the value of the square of angular momentum, and the repulsion angles(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But Bohr model is basically a planar model... so the question should be, if we solve the hydrogen atom potential in a 2D equation, is it still different? The eigenvalues of angular momentum squared, in generical dimensions, are as L(L+d-2), are they?

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# 2D Schroedinger eq. vs Bohr's model?

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