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According to Bohr's atomic model, the electrons do not radiate energy when they revolve in the predefined orbits. But according to Maxwell's theory of electromagnetism, an accelerated charge produces electromagnetic waves and loses energy.
In Bohr's atomic model of an atom the electrons are in a circular motion so they are essentially accelerating thus they should lose energy due to the reasons mentioned above and eventually collapse into the nucleus. But it doesn't happen, so isn't it a violation of the EM theory?
Edit: The question is related to consensus of Bohr and Maxwell rather than Rutherford and Bohr.