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What are the limitations of Bohr’s theory?

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i. It does not explain spectra of atoms having more than one electron.

ii. It does not explain Zeeman‟s effect (splitting of spectral lines in magnetic field) and Stark effect (splitting of spectral lines in electric field).

iii. It is contrary to Heisenberg‟s uncertainty principle.

iv. It could not explain the ability of atom to form molecules by chemical bonds.

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