Why is the orbital quantization not applicable to planetary motion?
Motion is defined as the movement of any object or anybody. The motion of any object can be occurred by applying force on that object. The movement of anybody is termed as the motion when that body is changing its position from the initial position.
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The mentioned condition is not applicable because the angular momentum of the motion of the planets rotate about the sun is more relevant value of...
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Learn about motion: the various types of motion with examples, Newton's laws of motion, and more. Discover how the study of motion in physics is applicable to life.