1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Both H and He+ atoms contain a nucleus and a single electron. Therefore He+ is often referred to as Hydrogen-like. According to the Bohr Model, the electron in He+ should orbit the nucleus in discrete orbits, much like the electron in the Hydrogen atom orbits its nucleus. How will the electron's orbital of He+ differ from the elctron's orbits of a H atom? 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I don't see how their orbits will be different because they are both found within a 1s orbital which are spherical. Would they have different levels of energy? If so how could you go about figuring this?