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The formula is (z-1)^2 proportional to the square root of frequency, with the -1 thrown in for the screening effect.

The bohr model can explain moseleys law quite easily, however how does qm interpret this?

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The formula is (z-1)^2 proportional to the square root of frequency, with the -1 thrown in for the screening effect.

The bohr model can explain moseleys law quite easily, however how does qm interpret this?

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the frequency of the spectral lines, that is.

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