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    In the Bohr model of the Hydrogen atom, we assume that the electron makes a circular orbit about a proton. Recall that for uniform circular motion F=mv^2/r and where F is the Coulomb force, use the Bohr radius 0.529 angstroms to compute the current due to an orbiting electron. What is the associated magnetic moment?

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