1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In Bohr’s quantum model of the atom: 1. The energy of an electron inside the atom is an integral multiple of 13.6eV. 2. Electrons lose energy and spiral into the nucleus. 3. Gravitational forces are offset by electric forces. 4. Electrons do not radiate energy when they are in a stationary orbit 5. None of these is correct. 2. Relevant equations E=-13.6 eV/n^2 3. The attempt at a solution from the equation i would think its 1 but im not sure because it says its an integral multiple. and for 2 i know that if electrons lose energy they lose there negative charge and go towards the nucleus. and for 3 i know that the electric force works like a gravitational force. but i dont think 2 and 3 have to do with bohrs model so i think its 1 but not sure help please.