**Bohr** may refer to:

**People**:

- Niels Bohr (1885–1962), Danish atomic physicist, Nobel Prize in physics 1922
- Aage Bohr (1922–2009), Danish nuclear physicist, Nobel Prize in physics 1975, son of Niels Bohr
- Christian Bohr (1855–1911), Danish physician and physiologist, father of Harald and of Niels Bohr
- Harald Bohr (1887–1951), Danish mathematician, brother of Niels Bohr

**Other uses**:

- 3948 Bohr, asteroid named after Niels Bohr
- Bohr bug, an unusual software bug
- Bohr (crater), a lunar crater
- Bohr, Bushehr, a village in Bushehr Province, Iran
- Bohr-e Bagh, a village in Bushehr Province, Iran
- Bohr-e Hajj Nowshad, a village in Bushehr Province, Iran
- Vallis Bohr, a lunar valley
- Bohr compactification, mathematical concept due to Harald Bohr
- Bohr effect, property of hemoglobin discovered by Christian Bohr
- Bohr–Einstein debates, a series of epistemological debates between Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein
- Bohr magneton, unit of magnetic moment proposed by Niels Bohr
- Bohr model, atomic theory due to Niels Bohr
- Bohr–Mollerup theorem, named after Harald Bohr and Johannes Mollerup
- Bohr radius, radius of atomic orbit in Bohr model
- Bohrium, chemical element number 107 named after Niels Bohr
- Niels Bohr Institute, of the University of Copenhagen

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“An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made in a very narrow field.”

—Niels *Bohr* (1885–1962)

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