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MCQ: Electron revolves around the nucleus in orbits which have

  1. variable energy
  2. fixed energy
  3. infinite energy
  4. zero energy

B

MCQ: In Rutherford's experiment, α particles were deflected because of

  1. electrostatic repulsion between α particles and positively charged part of atom
  2. electrostatic attraction between α particles and positively charged part of atom
  3. electrostatic repulsion between β particles and positively charged part of atom
  4. electrostatic attraction between γ particles and positively charged part of atom

A

MCQ: The energy of an electron in orbit is proportional to

  1. distance between shells
  2. distance from nucleus
  3. distance between two nuclei
  4. positive charge inside nucleus

B

MCQ: According to Rutherford, most of the space occupied by the atom is

  1. filled
  2. partially filled
  3. empty
  4. none of above

C

MCQ: Electrons revolve only in those orbits with angular momentum as an

  1. half integral multiple of 'h'
  2. integral multiple of 'h'
  3. integral multiple of h ⁄ 2π
  4. half integral multiple of 2π

C