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BIOL 1610 CHAPTER 2 ORBITALS SLIDE

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Unformatted text preview: u£".]:u'1l-A".!-- '.:4_-n'§ ¥E".;il'«" u-' '1':f-‘i'u"'.:i“'fi ORBITALS ARE REGIONS of 3- D SPACE THAT HOLD UP TO 2 ELECTRONS r Firs? shell or energy level - 1 or'bi‘i'al closeS‘i' 1'0 The afdmic z Nucleus nucleus and filled with 2 eleci'r'ons D I y (a) The first principal energy level contains a maximum "- ls ol 2 electrons. occupying a single spherical orbital g ‘ (designated 15). The electrons depirned in the diagram ‘ could be present anywhere in the blue area. ‘l I x r {b} The second principal energy level includes (our orbitals, each with a maximum of 2 electrons: one spherical {23) and it three dumbbell-shaped (2p) orbitals at right angles to one another. ...
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