The chief difference is the fact that Niels Bohr, when theorizing the design of the atom, included a thesis for the forces that help to hold the atomic structure together. The Bohr model is still widely accepted by contemporary scientists. The Bohr model of the atom was established in 1913 as the leading theory of atomic structure. Because of.
Bohr knew his model wasn't a complete description when he proposed it. But it has pretty good predictive and descriptive power in describing basic chemical interactions. Calling the Bohr model wrong is like calling Newtonian mechanics wrong. Technically true, but misses the point.