What did Bohr?s model of the atom do that Rutherford?s model did not?

Question:

What is the difference between Rutherford and Bohr's atomic model?

Atomic model:

The different atomic theories and models were proposed by chemists and physicists including JJ Thomson, John Dalton, Ernest Rutherford, Niels Bohr, and Erwin Schrodinger. The atomic model developed from the solid sphere model to the recent model which is the quantum chemistry-based model. The quantum chemistry-based model is called the electron cloud.

Answer and Explanation:

Niels Bohr's atomic model was different from the atomic model proposed by Ernest Rutherford because Bohr's model was arranged in a planetary manner...

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