# In any atom the potential energy of an orbiting electron is

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In any atom the potential energy of an orbiting electron is

(A) always positive (B) always negative (C) sometime positive, sometime negative (D) numerically less then its kinetic energy.

In any atom the potential energy of an orbiting electron is always negative

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