Ok, in Bohr's model of the atom, electrons do not emit energy while going around the nucleus. When the atom receives energy, the electrons take in specific photons to move to specific energy levels. Ok, so not enough energy means not moving. But what about too much? Enough to go to another level the elctron would jump, but what about in between? Would the electron use the energy, jump, and release the extra, OR must in only absorb the specific quantum, even if its more than enough. Alright, if you could help me out that would be great!!