How do you draw a Bohr model?


To draw a Bohr Model you must first pick an element. Start out by drawing a large circle to represent the nucleus. Inside of this nucleus, write down how many positive ions you have, based on the atomic number. Draw lines to represent the electron shelves (energy levels) and fill those in with the electrons in the element. Lastly, you write the number of neutrons beside the number of protons in the nucleus. You can find more information here:
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By placing the amount of protons & neutrons inside of a circle, represented by dots, and you place the number of electrons on the edge of the circle. Ex. Hydrogen has one proton
Making a bohr model can be a little complex. Are you thing of doing this as a class project? If so you will need about twenty protons, twenty electrons, twenty neutrons.
1. Add the # of protons and neutrons which will equal the electrons. (protons+neutrons=electrons) 2. On the first circle you can only put 2 electrons on the second you can only put
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How to Draw a Bohr Model
Drawing a Bohr model requires a very specific step-by-step process. Learn how to draw a Bohr model with help from an artist in this free video clip.... More »
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A Bohr model of Fluorine is a very simple representation. Just first draw a circle for a nucleus, write how many protons and neutrons are located there. Then, draw circles around the nucleus, and draw how many electrons are in each orbital.
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