What are the similarities and differences between the quantization of angular momentum in the Schrodinger theory and in the Bohr model?
The Attempt at a Solution
-In both theories, the principal quantum #, n, determines the energy levels.
-Identical energy levels are determined for Hydrogen.
-While the Bohr model was limited to one dimension, Schrodinger's thory accounts for all 3
I feel that these answers are very obvious and that I am missing the more fundamental points of angular momentum. Any insight?