- 1 What is a stable molecule?
- 2 What causes a molecule to be stable?
- 3 What makes molecule unstable?
- 4 How do you know if an atom is stable or unstable?
- 5 What is a stability?
- 6 What are stable atoms?
- 7 What is an example of a stable atom?
- 8 What makes an isotope unstable?
- 9 Who explain the stability of atom?
- 10 How do atoms become stable?
- 11 How do you stabilize an atom?
- 12 How Bohr explain stability of atom?
- 13 Which scientist was not able to explain the stability of an atom?
- 14 What do you mean by stability of atom Class 9?
- 15 How did Bohr use Planck’s theory to explain the stability of atoms?
- 16 Which principle goes against Bohr’s theory state the principle?
- 17 What are the limitations of Bohr model of atom?
- 18 Why was the Rutherford considered unstable?
- 19 How quantum mechanics explains the stability of an atom?
- 20 What prevents an atom from being collapsed?
- 21 How did Rutherford explain the stability of atom?
What is a stable molecule?
What causes a molecule to be stable?
What makes molecule unstable?
How do you know if an atom is stable or unstable?
What is a stability?
1 : the quality, state, or degree of being stable: such as. a : the strength to stand or endure : firmness. b : the property of a body that causes it when disturbed from a condition of equilibrium or steady motion to develop forces or moments that restore the original condition.