Can someone please check this to see if it is correct? It's for an assignment
In 1913, Danish physicist Niels Bohr solved this problem, by proposing yet another model of the atom. In this model, electrons would be restricted to orbiting in atomic shells. As the electron orbited around the nucleus, it would eventually lose energy, due to attraction, and would move to a lower energy state i.e. an atomic shell closer to the nucleus. Eventually, when the electron reached the lowest possible energy state, it would give off a photon and return to a higher energy state, further away from the nucleus.
I don't quite know why or how the electron returns to its higher energy state, hope someone can explain to me. No fancy formulae please. This is just the start of my chemistry unit so all I know so far is just from self-research. Thanks