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- Does the energy of an electron have to do with the sublevel it's in?
So I read that Bohr's atom has discrete energy levels that an Electron can orbit at and that each level has n amount of sublevels (if n = 2 then there are 2 sublevels). Does the sublevel that the Electron is in have to do with it's mass? Does an electron in energy level l and sublevel d have more Energy than an electron in level l sublevel s?